‘All Good’ is a fun, psychedelic new release from Vancouver twins Fionn

The track follows the release of 'Picnic On The Moon' earlier in the year.

The track follows the release of ‘Picnic On The Moon’ earlier in the year.

Vancouver pop duo Fionn have won over the hears and minds of many with their effortless sense of fun and melodic, captivating releases. Track like ‘Dirty Dancing’ and ‘Picnic On The Moon’ have cemented their place as a mainstay in contemporary pop, and the duo are showing no signs of slowing down with their infectious output.

The latest release from the twins is ‘All Good’, a track that continues to showcase their lush pop sensibilities and endearingly candid and honest lyrics. The track is a psychedelic journey that feels like an expansive broadening of the horizons within their sound, with the lyrics addressing themes of infatuation and experimentation, set to an enticing and sultry guitar riff.

Speaking about the inspiration behind the track, the duo share: “‘All Good’ is a psychedelic depiction of our first times crushing on girls. We’ve never released a song talking about this side of ourselves, but knew immediately what we wanted to say the first time we heard Kevvy Maher play the opening guitar riff. We wanted the lyrics to be trippy to depict the feeling of falling for people we didn’t know we were able to have feelings for, and the crazy infatuation that came along with those experiences.