Brighton 4-piece Comforts return with their shimmering new single ‘Pink
Showcasing the impactful yet warming indie-rock exploits that have seen them gain airplay on BBC Radio 6 Music, the Alexander Gordon (Sundara Karma, The Cure, Rag ’n’ Boneman) produced new single is an excellent representation of the band’s talents as writers and performers with moments of excellent chord progressions, infectious guitar riffs and catchy melodies.
Following the chilled intro, Comforts quickly introduce the melancholic yet immediate nature present throughout ‘Pink’ as the track bursts into its vibrant chorus.
A wash of modulation tinted guitars underpinned with tight bass and drums take hold as the effortless lead vocal and perfectly placed harmonies glide on top.
Progressing into a mega, fuzz tinted riff, the track buzzes through a series of interlocking middle eights before exploding into its gorgeous climax.
Speaking about the meaning behind the single, the band explain: “Pink was written for the morning after. Sometimes, things are just best left unsaid. I think a lot of people have been in a conversation where they said something they regret.
We all know it’s easy to get lost in the moment and you wish you’d have bitten your tongue. It’s like that old saying goes… don’t bite your nose to spite your face.”