It’s great when songs neatly capture feelings or experiences that are hard to put into simple words, and that is exactly what is happening on the new single from Friendmaker. Following on from their gorgeous debut, “You, Me and Everything Else”, this time out the band put their foot down on the musical accelerator a bit and find themselves headed into more dramatic, indie-pop territory….

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