Croydon-hailing queer alternative rock act Bugeye drops vibrant track “Summer In The City,” with minimal rock sonics that pack a powerful lyrical punch. Carried by playful vocal lines that weave tales on the society we live in, the track is anthemic and introspective at once.
Sonically rooted in whirring synths, pulsing basslines and gritty guitars that they’ve shaped into their signature, the track moves smoothly through the ups and downs of modern life, capturing fleeting wins followed by tensions and violence into the mundanity of the social media scroll.
The accompanying music video, directed by Giddy Stratospheredirector Laura Jean Marsh, elevates the surreal, swag-laden feel of the track with its bright, psychedelic vibes.
Balancing unapologetic yet optimistic post-punk and dance vibes with introspective song writing, Bugeye have managed to craft a space for themselves in music filled with catchy hooks and clever lyrical commentary.
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