Stay For One More Night is a disco-inspired psych pop track, which straddles the line between low-slung chiller and energetic city slicker. Written and produced by Goodvibes Sound, the track features glistening vocal harmonies, a punchy bassline and Bossanova-inspired backing vocals. Think power walks in power suits and night time drives through city lights.
Alex from Goodvibes Sound said:
“Stay For One More Night deals with the feelings of isolation that often arise when you’re living in the city. Sometimes you find yourself being convinced to go and do stuff, just to stave off those feelings of loneliness, when you’d rather just rest and chill at home.”
“Producing the track during a lockdown was interesting.There were a lot of voice notes back and forth and some long, long Whatsapp calls. It was just nice to make something together during this weird time.”
Stay For One More Night comes hot on the heels of two singles released in 2020 – Sane Or Sinner and Beachside Living. Goodvibes Sound have a string of singles and videos lined up for early 2021, before releasing an album later in the year.
Beorma are Tom & Ferns, an indie pop/R&B duo based in Birmingham. Tom is Birmingham born & bred whilst Ferns is originally from Portugal. Both Tom & Ferns have been members of separate bands but they found musical love together during lockdown and began to collaborate sending ideas back and forth online, eventually coming up with the seven tracks that make up their debut EP ‘Virtual Emotionality’ which came out the end of January. Prior to the EP release they put out the singles ‘F U’ & ‘Right Behind You’ in 2020.
Now under the management of Indie Midlands Beorma are looking to push on with the release of new single ‘Woman’, a track that is purposely being released in time for International Women’s Day.
“Our music ranges from spoken word tracks resembling the early works of The Streets to the synth fuelled Indie Pop sounds of The 1975. Although our sound is quite often classed as Pop, we address very dark and morbid themes such as depression, self medication and stalking in our lyrics; often disguised and masked by the upbeat and vibey sounds of our tracks.” – Beorma