Paris Youth Foundation deliver with their brand-new track
The Liverpool five-piece are known for their melancholic but happy and upbeat indie sound, and have a lot of experience under their belts having played Reading festival, toured with The Magic Gang and completed their first headline UK tour last year before the coronavirus pandemic put their plans on ice. Paris Youth Foundation are back this week with their first release of the year titled ‘The Back Seat’.
The new track is an infectious bad breakup anthem featuring infectious guitars and bright vocals from frontman Kevin Porter that tell the story of dealing with a breakup. Speaking on the lyrics Kev said:
“’The Back Seat’ is an upbeat sad song about two people getting to grips with being on their own, trying to hide their pain with drink and how drunk calling someone and hearing their voice mail at 4am makes you feel a little less alone. All those messages you’ve typed out, but never had the courage to send end with a sense of inevitability and the regrettable call being made in the taxi on the way home.” Kevin Porter
If you like catchy upbeat indie-pop then it’s definitely worth checking out Paris Youth Foundation.
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