Single Review: BLVFF’s ‘Where Did We Go Wrong’

Single Review: BLVFF’s ‘Where Did We Go Wrong’

Budding indie rockers BLVFF released their debut single ‘Where Did We Go Wrong’ on the 2nd of November.
Before that, they were keeping busy through gigging around the country with the aim to establish themselves as the “Coventry collective creating dark meticulous indie”.

And it looks like they've been successful in their goal...
They have certainly made an impact with this new release, since ‘Where Did We Go Wrong’ has gained plenty of praise and left quite a number of listeners happy already.
As a result, this lively concoction has been included in IndieCentralMusic’s top 40 bangers on their The Indie Playlist and it has been added to Spotify’s Fresh Finds: Six Strings playlist.

Opening with a moody bassline and progressing into a bold riff that demands to be appreciated, ‘Where Did We Go Wrong’ contains attention-grabbing vocals that are raw, and with just the right amount of attitude to push them to the forefront of the song without being too overpowering.
It seems to have an Arctic Monkeys inspired vibe to it which, in a way, makes it nostalgically familiar yet still unique when it escalates into an attractive chorus that very easily borders on addictive.
The drumming is also on point and easily varies from minimal, providing support that allows the vocals and guitars to stand out, to carrying on with its own agenda of catapulting the song into that extra level of explosive indie goodness. It is very clear that this track can easily shoulder itself into one’s ‘Favourites’ playlist, be replayed countless times over, and still maintain that excitement it invoked when it was first encountered.

All in all, BLVFF’s ‘Where Did We Go Wrong’ is a tune worth listening to and enthusing over.
Its zesty baseline, sassy guitar sound, alluring vocals and confident drumming fuse together and create an impressive track that unleashes heaps of potential for this band and makes them well worth keeping an eye on.

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