London’s beachtown release ‘Homesmaker’
beachtown release a track for those that would rather be left alone.
Up-and-coming London-based indie duo beachtown have released their latest single ‘Homesmaker.’
Consisting of Menorca-born Zaine Masoliver and Londoner Fred Cowan, beachtown weave together an eclectic tapestry of influences.
‘beachtown’s Zaine Masoliver discussed the lyrical inspiration behind the new single:
“‘Homesmaker’ is about social interactions. The feeling of passing by or being passed by people; moments where you’d rather be alone, are overthinking social situations or wishing you’d said something but haven’t had the energy to interact with people by virtue of being low on social battery. The lyric “eaten by the words” is really powerful to us as it relates to that idea of words meaning more than they are and that regret you can feel after saying something without thinking about it first. Growing up in Menorca before moving back to the UK, I was homeschooled in a small village in the middle of nowhere where I felt disconnected from all the other kids my age… in essence, Homesmaker is heavily influenced by that sense of isolation.”
beachtown’s new single ‘Homesmaker’ is out now via Young Poet.
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