Golden Coast, Australia bred, Manchester, UK-based band Fairchild have returned with the follow-up to their well-received single "Neighbourhoods". Their new single is titled "Relevance" and is befitting of the title.
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"Relevance" is a guitar heavy cut with dark synths. The guitar riffs will give you Two Door Cinema Club vibes. While the vocals and overall emotion will remind you of The Killers. Vocalist, Adam Lyons states,
In the studio I remember thinking ‘how I sing on [Relevance] is much more important than the words coming out of my mouth. The instrumental had no discernible chord changes in the verses and I knew my vocal needed to act as a linchpin to hold the track together. This wasn’t necessarily a question of lyrical subject matter or even melody, but performance. Those opening lines are all bluster and bravado but there’s honesty there too. Where one ends and the other begins isn’t really relevant.
With glimpses of those two amazing bands rolled into one single, Fairchild are musical gold. As for what can be expected from the six piece band in 2017, they are keeping that information somewhat tight-lipped. However, if "Relevance" is any indicator, we should expect pure magic.