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A new name to ears but our friendship tells of a different story, the history of Comfort dates back to the three being childhood friends. Comprised of members; Brendan Lyle, Jake Brown and James Redfern, the Brighton based, garage-pop group strive for making music that holds familiarity yet feels ethereal to their listeners.
Now releasing music after years of bonding, Comfort, mastered by Josh Bonati (Mac DeMarco, Sufjan Stevens) is the first self-titled single from our upcoming debut EP. What started off as a demo to grieve a lost love, transcended to our self-titled debut single. Drifting like a river stream - easeful drumbeats, rich pads and a backdrop of reverb coated synth hooks provide a warm sentiment to Brendan's effervescent vocal work.
This song is a way to let go of pain, to release something into the wild and cast all negative energy aside, whilst also hopefully affecting people in a profound and exciting way. The song was written as a plea, but now it stands for something more and has transcended the energy of when it was written.
"'Comfort' is courageous in its delivery and sticking to no genre, Comfort have made an exciting emergence with this debut." (Music News)
"A dreamy track that swims under a bed of lush synth swells and floating vocal. Its obvious to tell Comfort are inspired by indie bands of their childhood years but still lies a wondrous modern vibe to it, revealing a lavish and intricate delivery of alternative sounds." (It's All Indie)
We want you to pick yourself up and freak out on the dance-floor, but also pick up the phone to an old flame. Our music is inspired by may artists and the band share a collective admiration of many various genres', which is something we strive for in our sound, not being tied down to a specific genre yet maintaining a recognisable essence.
What's the first song you remember hearing? Cat Stevens - Wild World
You're in a Karaoke Bar - What's your go to song? Harry Nilsson - Without You
What was the first gig you went to? Eminem
Which song do you wish you'd written? Prince - Raspberry Beret
Which song changed your life? Nirvana - You Know You're Right
Which song would you like played at your funeral? Talking Heads - Take Me To The River
What song is stuck in your head right now? The National - The System Only Dreams In Total Darkness
What was the first Album you bought? Will Smith - Willennium
Which song made you want to play music? Radiohead - Knives Out