Single Review: Fenech-Soler – ‘Lies’2 min read
Up and coming electro quartet Fenech-Soler are set to unveil their second single outing this week in the form of pop happy, electronic number, Lies, ahead of the bands parent album which sees its release over the coming months.
Tipped to be the next big thing in music, the lads who originate from a tiny area just outside of Peterborough are already creating quite a buzz with their take on the electro-meets-indie genre and hope to succeed a second time around with this latest sweet treat.
Lies is a merger of high octane electronica and rough-around-the-edges indie consisting of a melodic verse and semi catchy chorus structure. With the synth/electro-pop genre being so exploited over the past year, the song is a mediocre addition to the scene. It starts off reasonably well with a musical firmness and singer Ben Duffy’s vocals taking control from the get go but eventually dips into a track brimming over with repetition. The rhythm also becomes slightly irritating from the half way point and the vocals overdone with autotune.
Lies is a semi decent attempt for the band but with the forthcoming album release hopefully we will be hearing some tracks from Fenech-Soler that pack a little more of a punch and feel of longevity.
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