Needshes juggles with romance and our stubborn resistance towards change in new single “Love,” a pop rock piece built on captivating riffs and thrumming rhythms that waltz with a poppy splendor. The tone is redolent of classic rock where the trio use striking basslines and guitars that mirror the edginess of the genre. Hit play:
According to frontman Otabek Slamov, “The song is about love and unwillingness to change, to adapt to the environment and other people’s opinions. Sure, there is a teenage dash about it. But we’re all a bit teenagers, right?”
Shoutout to our inner teen spirits.
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