Jan. 28 — Independent rock band Deaf Lingo is scheduled to release its new album this spring.
The band is scheduled to release its new album, Lingonberry, April 29 through Lovely Records. In anticipation of the album’s release the band premiered its second single, ‘Friends‘ Friday.
As with the album’s lead single, ‘Sleeping,‘ the song’s arrangement is a solid DIY style garage punk composition. Even barely topping the two minute mark, the song leaves listeners feeling like it is longer in the best way possible. This ensures audiences’ maintained engagement and entertainment.
While the song’s arrangement is an upbeat presentation, its lyrical theme is in full contrast to the positive vibes established through that musical content as front man Sandro Specchia pointed out.
“‘Friends’ is a pessimistic song and it’s about friends leaving the country and the feeling of being alone in the suburbs with nothing to do,” he said.
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