Sometimes is the latest release from Manchester indie-rock band Fauna. Back in December, I reviewed their track My Darling which you can read here.
The band are made up of Danny Williams on guitar and vocals, joined by his brother Adam Williams on guitar, Scott Munro on bass and Thomas Pine on drums.
Having already released multiple successful singles, of which received radio play on BBC Introducing and Radio X, Fauna are definitely ones to watch in the indie-rock scene.
Fauna are back with yet another compelling indie-rock composition. Driving up the energy from their previous release Sometimes is a punchier track with bright guitars and crashing drums.
The track focuses on the frustration and often numbness we can feel in the current day when listening to the news. Wanting to both relate and empower its listener, Sometimes encourages you to stay informed and find something worth fighting for.
Danny brings a lively vocal performance which creates the sense of encouragement that the track is trying to convey. His smooth tone is accented by a slight grit giving this track an alt-rock edge.
Sometimes is yet another great release from the quartet. Although it has a focus on the current climate of the world it’s upbeat melody creates a feeling of hope and determination that I think a lot of people will appreciate right now.
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