Today's artist is Young Error, spelled with a v instead of the ou, and he hails from the British Middlesex music scene. We can all relate to young errors, often repeating behaviour seen elsewhere gets us in trouble. We get treated in certain ways by our friends and surrounding adults then we repeat those ways with other people, thinking they're normal and acceptable. We're often wrong because we didn't realise how our actions would be perceived or how they would affect future actions. Yvngerror is already on over a dozen mainstream Spotify playlists and is recognised the nation over as a new and strong indie talent.
It starts with warm and chunky guitar chords that resonate in mellow chambers. A smooth, laid-back rhythm opens through with bass and snare pulsing a steady jive. The lyrics begin, a clear British accent penetrates the psyche, we're brought back to songs by Blur, Oasis, and Chumbawumba. The music sleekly moves from phrase to phrase with lashings of distortion that shines as if bouncing pure rays of sunshine. The song is about the story of our lives, where we are moving between dreamy days and clarity in a seemingly endless pendulum swing. Welcome to Britain.
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