Thursday, October 03, 2019

Love Fame Tragedy - I Don't Want To Play The Victim, But I'm Really Good At It [Good Soldier Records Promo]

Fresh on the circuit and released via Good Soldier Records on September 27th, 2k19 is "I Don't Want To Play The Victim, But I'm Really Good At It", the first ever outing by Love Fame Tragedy - the new solo outing created by Matthew 'Murph' Murphy who is better known to a wide audience of Indie fans as the lead singer of The Wombats. With his new project he's not necessarily dancing to Joy Division but employs a straighter, slightly more dancefloor-focused Pop meets Indie approach with extremely catchy chorus lines like the one showcased in "My Cheating Heart" which we've already featured on these pages earlier this year. "Backflip" on the other hand pulls off more of a bluesy late night vibe that one defo could see being aired on FM radio whilst the "Pills" don't work anymore but surely do work on the dancefloor with their muscular beats, touching emotional string arrangements and overall uber-Funk before the "Brand New Brain" relies on solemn minor chord pianos and swinging snaps as an intro for a captivating crossover between R'n'b'-ish vibes and large scale romanticism in IndiePop crafted for intimate moments with a loved one. Good stuff.


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