about-faces continue to showcase their ethereal, enchanting charm on their third single ‘Cinematic and Chrome’
A rising force in the UK indie pop/rock music scene, about-faces have begun to establish a lush and melodic sound on their initial releases since emerging back in July with their stellar debut single ‘Under The Sun’.
The band have since followed it up with the similarly immersive ‘The River’, with ‘Cinematic and Chrome’ completing the trilogy of tracks and cementing their status as one of the most exciting emerging bands right now.
The track continues to highlight everything that has been so lauded and celebrated about the band, from the effortless vocal chemistry of vocalist/guitarist Sennen Ludman and keyboardist/vocalist Danielle Capstick, to the measured and composed nature of the captivating, ethereal soundscapes completed by Joseph Schofield (Drums), Nigel Ngwenya (Bass) and Cormac Connolly (Lead Guitar).
The track’s lyrical depth surrounding themes of love and its complicated nature make for an enthralling and enchanting listening experience that is buoyed by the charming performances throughout the band, helping them to continue to leave a lasting impression with their sound as they leave an indelible mark on the UK music scene.
Speaking about the inspiration behind the single, Sennen shares, “This song is a love song, detailing how complicated love can be. Are they in love, out of love, or have they ever truly been in love? Hypothetically, the song depicts two lovers who find themselves in the modern world. ‘Cinematic and Chrome’ is my depiction of utopia, something theatrical and shiny, authentic and impressive.”