Talkboy’s “All Works Out” Is For Everyone Who Is Acing At Friendship

Indie pop

Photo: Portia Hunt

Most of us are good at acing one or two friendships at least – and by acing we don’t mean taking the time to meet up for brunch. But being there for them when they’re struggling. UK band Talkboy dedicates “All Works Out” to all the cronies out there who have given their best to the ones who are at their worst. Playfully tinted with psych pop elements, “All Works Out” moves with an incessant riffage that puts together a chaotic harmony. Enjoy:

“The song isn’t this blissful unawareness that everything will be alright in the end so just shut everything out. It’s more like, when stuff does go wrong, I’m here if you want. Being friends with someone is hard and something we are still learning how to do properly, but I think if you can just do the very basic thing of turning up and be there for whoever it is that you are close to, that’s a good start,” shared the band.

Comprised of Katie Heap (vocals), Calum Juniper (vocals), Tim Malkin (guitar), Charlotte Jones (keys), Tom Sargent (bass), Jake Greenway (drums), Talkboy is getting ready to roll out their debut EP. For more details, go stalk them:

06 Aug – The Sesh @ Polar Bear, Hull

10 Aug – Into The Woods, Sussex

23 Aug – Leeds Festival

25 Aug – Reading Festival

11 Sept – Islington Academy 2