British trio Barbudo swirls the R&B and psychedelic rock sound of the 70s with a funkier twist that exudes an immediate charm hard to resist. Their latest video “Secret Admirer” has an anachronistic quality to it that you’re not sure if you’re watching a homemade video from your parents’ era or from your friend’s phone. Watch below:
“It’s a playful confession of secretly liking something that is deemed ‘uncool’ by most people. You might not publicly admit to liking it, but beyond judging eyes you see it for what it is. Like listening to Coldplay when you are sad…” explained Harry.
Comprised of siblings Ben and Harry Stanworth along with their friend Elliot Salter, Barbudo received critical praise for their latest EP Pleasures. “Secret Admirer” is now available worldwide.
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