Far Caspian’s “The Place” Is Dedicated To Awkward Overthinkers

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UK trio Far Caspian take us floating into the echoing and swelling atmospherics of pop in their new single “The Place” – an intricately arranged piece that reflects on the awkwardness that comes with being an overthinker. Its mesh-like melodic structure and smoky croons send ethereal waves to your brain, making it perfect for mind-wandering. Stream below:

“The song itself is about overthinking things in social situations and feeling like you aren’t contributing enough to conversation because you’re feeling awkward” shared the trio.

Comprised of Joel Johnson (vocals, guitar). Jof Cabedo (drums, vocals) and Alessio Scozarro (bass, vocals), Far Caspian is a Leeds-based band who have become the latest buzz in the UK indie scene with their singles “Holding On” and “Let’s Go Outside.” The trio is currently getting ready to release their debut EP in the fall and will be playing several shows in the upcoming weeks. Catch them live:

8/24-26 – Leeds Festival (Wetherby, UK)

9/26 – The Key Club (Leeds, UK)

11/1 – Brudenell Community Room (Leeds, UK)