Frenchy and The Punk
Temple Of Sleep
The NYC-based duo is back with another piece from their latest album. Inspired by artists such as Blondie, Dresden Dolls, Florence And The Machine, and Siouxsie and the Banshees, (eBay links) the band have a punchy and provocative style that carries subtle and laid back elements. Blending neo-punk with post-folk sensibilities, the modern sounding music enjoys roots deep enough for your grandparents. Written about losing sleep, the song takes a step from the world that seems to offer nothing but futuristic fears. Maybe we’re right to be afraid, or maybe we should trust each other a little more. We know we can trust Frenchy and The Punk to deliver the goods when it really matters.
Deep and sensual acoustic guitar breaks open the parcel as bass and drums entwine with the sauntering groove. Samantha enters with her cabaret style delivery. Smooth jazz and grunge seem to dance in her voice as feminine emotions launch the passionate lines into the flux of guitar. Melody in the music and the vocal spiral through cartographies of sound as the progression maintains evocative and inventive corners. The pressure of the rhythm builds across the marching ground as the song carries the ever-present weight of sense to each new moment.
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