Sylvette – Surrender (Review)

Released August 23rd, art-rock collective Sylvette return with their brand new track “Surrender”. Co-produced by New Order’s Phil Cunningham, the 5 piece draw a wide range of influences from the likes of Radiohead, Jeff Buckley and Neutral Milk Hotel. Creating a powerful sound filled of imagination, the band don’t stick to generic arrangements. Filled with an emotive influence, ‘Surrender’ streams a colourful production that truly glistens with each listen. 

About letting go and listening to the spiritual and physical side of you, the track is a celebration of clearing your mind. Clearing thoughts and simply feeling in the moment, the present number is elegant and somewhat enchanting. As the third release from their forthcoming album, due out April 2020, the Manchester based band fuse eccentric songwriting with a bright production. A powerful song that feels right at home in Sylvette’s discography. 

Score: 4/5


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