Indie folk duo Tommy Lefroy reflect on supporting a loved one through a tough time on “Vampires,” the soft-rock sensibilities led by fuzzy vocals and delicate guitars. With a soothing melody and laid-back delivery, the track sees Vancouver-born Tessa Mouzourakis and Northern Michigan-raised Wynter Bethel weave a heart-warming tale of friendship.
The pair who met in 2018 have built a reputation for their silken, narrative-driven music continue to lean into their signature style on this latest track which comes to life as an ode to embracing feelings and true friendship.“Vampires” was written by the pair for each other and all the friends of the world who have ridden rough waves through to the end.
Intimate yet relatable, the poetic lyricism leans fully into the folk narrative while the slow-build chorus infuses warmth and comfort as it reminds us that someone has got our backs.
Having seen considerable success with their debut single “Northern Towns," the London and LA split duo who met at songwriting sessions and house parties in Nashville have crafted a gently blooming career in music founded on their shared love for music and Jane Austen. Each release bringing alive relatable tales wrapped up in soft instrumentals, Tommy Lefroy who have consistently growing in popularity and refined their gentle sound are proving to be an act to keep your eye on.