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Make Friends – Talk Tomorrow


“Like if Bombay Bicycle Club drenched everything in reverb” Bristol In Stereo Magazine

“Complex grooves and stretched indie-pop chords” Indietronica
“Progressive indie-pop laced with infectious grooves” RocknLoad
“Fizzling grooves and echoing choruses” Aupium
“Laced with noodley guitar lines that give a nod to indie mainstays like Bombay Bicycle Club” Yack Magazine

Dispensing progressive indie-pop, laced with infectious grooves and with echoes of Bombay Bicycle Club, Foals and Virginia Wing, Bristol 4-piece Make Friends follow up the release of their debut single ‘Drop Naked’, described by Bristol In Stereo Magazine as “like if Bombay Bicycle Club drenched everything in reverb”, with the release of new single ‘Talk Tomorrow’. 

Make Friends – Talk Tomorrow 

Expanding on the message behind the song, the band explain “The lyrics of Talk Tomorrow essentially portray being caught in the heat of the moment whilst arguing with someone important to you. It’s about acknowledging how in a wild intoxicated state we might be saying or doing things we don’t mean and would ultimately end up regretting, hence the line “Let’s talk tomorrow”. Sometimes it’s just best to leave it until we have a clearer head the next day.”

“We thought this song would be relatable as we’ve all had that horrible feeling of regret over a fight from the night before, especially when it involves someone close to you.”

‘Talk Tomorrow’ was recorded at Geoff Barrow’s Invada Studios, Bristol with acclaimed Everything Everything keys player and producer Pete Sené.

Live Dates: MARCH

Tue 5th, The Prince Albert, Brighton

Wed 6th, The Old Blue Last, London
Thu 7th, Ramsgate Music Hall, Ramsgate
Mon 11th, The Crofter’s Rights, Bristol
Wed 13th, The Cavern, Exeter
Thu 14th, Amersham Arms, London
Tue 19th, Oporto, Leeds
Wed 20th, 81 Renshaw, Liverpool
Thu 21st Cobalt Studios. Newcastle
Fri 22nd, 78 Sackville, Manchester
Tue 26th, The Wheatsheaf, Oxford
Wed 27th, The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham


5th May, Liverpool Sound City, Liverpool

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