London-primarily based collaborative multi-instrumentalist, songwriting and generating duo Gold Spectacles are back with however yet another cool single titled Twice, a song about about self delusion and preservation rolled into 1.
When once again the Spanish guitar tends to make an look which has turn out to be somewhat of a staple in their music and 1 of my favourite components. The song has an infectious chorus and the vocal delivery appears so effortless more than the groovy production. Loving the bassline and how it plays against an array of arpeggiated spanish guitars, playful flutes and analog synthesizers, reflecting all the hallmarks of Gold Spectacles’ baroque-pop sound. There is also somewhat of a playful vibe in the song that tends to make it even mor addictive immediately after each listen. Verify it out under!
Speaking about the song the duo stated,
We wanted to depict characters who are so caught up in their self-preservation that they are not in a position to see that they are hurting absolutely everyone about them (and in turn, themselves). There is blood on their hands, but they will sooner point the finger than come clean. Despite the fact that lyrically the protagonist comes across as cold, the whimsical flute arrangement reminds us: he is nonetheless human.