If you, like me, are weathering the summer heat sans AC, you’d undoubtedly appreciate a cool Breeze right about now. Today, we bring you just that, in the form of a new single from Manchester “live house” ensemble MDNGHT. The quartet’s first feature on our pages, this upbeat, yet eminently chill selection sees frontman J outlining his laissez-faire approach to life in airy verses and a sing-along hook. His crewmates, guitarists Will Acton and Ant Gorman and Lloyd Preece craft a dancefloor-ready instrumental backdrop for his winsome vocals. Breeze (Nothing Really Matters) will be pre-orderable on iTunes July 29, in anticipation of its retail release on September 9.
Written by richard on 07/25/14
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