Llovers Muses Over The Enigmatic Nature Of Human Bond In “Honestly”

Paranormal, meditative pop

Photo: Milly Hutchcraft

UK quintet Llovers peels through the layers of questions, hypothesis, and idealizations we all have when it comes to genuine human connections in new single “Honestly.” With dripping echoes of tinkling beats, “Honestly” takes off with a meditative suspense before the quintet skyrocket to the explosive sphere of psychedelia and cosmic pop. The choruses are layered with artificial distortions that yield a paranormal charm to it. Enjoy:

“Sonically the track is unlike anything we’ve done before,” revealed co-frontman Jack Brooks. “We’re always really excited to show people the breadth of what we can do and ‘Honestly’ allows us to showcase another side to us that I think is really exciting. It’s about sharing a momentary connection with someone. I get so caught up in these moments myself and often find myself puzzled over how real these connections are, or whether they’re merely driven through circumstance, timing and enough delusion to allow these moments to manifest in a romanticised version of themselves.”

“Honestly” is from Llovers’ upcoming debut EP Things That I Don’t Understand, which will be out on October 30thvia Think Tank? Records. They have shows coming up:

17 Aug – Hardwick Live Festival

13 Sept – The Georgian Theatre, Stockton