Vibrant, musically mature and instantly likeable, Brighton 4-piece Comforts shine on their new single ‘Pink’.
A track which grows more and more as the track develops, the opening passage to ‘Pink’ is somewhat misleading, settling into a comfortable structure with it’s initially simplistic chord structure and catchy vocal line before the track develops with interesting chord changes and shimmering guitars which pull the track beyond the realms of any ordinary indie-pop tune. The tracks warming, reflective, melancholic mood manages to capture a sense of romance and emotional honesty whilst retaining a fresh indie edge, something which Comforts do very well.
The band share: “Pink was written for the morning after. Sometimes, things are just best left unsaid. I think a lot of people have been in a conversation where they said something they regret. We all know it’s easy to get lost in the moment and you wish you’d have bitten your tongue. It’s like that old saying goes… don’t bite your nose to spite your face.”
‘Pink’ is out now ahead of more music coming from Comforts in the next few months.