This Belgium duo combines some subtle electronics in with heavy guitar riffs and indie pop harmonics. As soon as you get about one minute into the song, the two vocalists key in layers of beats that play off of their whimsy, creating this outer layer of atmospherics that intertwine quite gorgeously into one another. It's clear that Float Fall has a bright future ahead and I for one am excited to see what's next from these two.
"Someday" is set to be released on a limited 7" on Record Store Day, so get it while it's hot!
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