Meander through the breezy soundscapes of entirely, the stellar new single from indie-pop duo splendora21,
Take a sonic stroll through the breezy soundscapes of entirely – the latest gem to drop from indie-pop darlings Splendora21. This dynamic duo has once again knocked it out of the park with a stellar single that’s sure to make your heart skip a beat and your feet tap uncontrollably.
With a signature sound that’s equal parts dreamy and infectious, Splendora21 has managed to capture the hearts of music lovers everywhere. And entirely is no exception – this song is an absolute banger that’s guaranteed to get stuck in your head for days on end.
entirely, is a sunny fuzz rock cut that serves as the pop duo’s sophomore original single. Nostalgic basslines and rustic guitar open the track, as splendora21 bandmate Tiff Sutcliffe sings in airy vocals of miscommunications and comments left unsaid. “I won’t say exactly what I mean,” Sutcliffe whispers atop glistening strums courtesy of Lennon Bramlett, “it’s antithetical to my very being.”
The subtle screech of finger-picked guitars and acoustic percussion gives entirely a timeworn quality, as if drenched in the sunlit grain of a treasured memory. Mustering the sonic energy of a daydream on a lazy November afternoon, splendora21 later amp up the proceedings with a flurry of kaleidoscopic keys, before winding up the track with an instrumental fadeout.
The comfort and ease of entirely — which meanders harmonically like the sprawl of a grassy hillside — speaks to the leisurely simplicity of splendora21’s sound. Listening to the single, you can almost see the notes pouring spontaneously from Sutcliffe and Bramlett’s respective instruments in the studio, as if entirely was a moment of pure serendipity. Of course, the reality of splendora21’s trajectory is far more complex, having first met as bandmates in the alternate rock act Mad Honey.
Since then, Sutcliffe and Bramlett have shared three official singles as splendora21, including original track something like this in February and a cover of Linda McCartney’s Love’s Full Glory a month prior. “Batten down the hatches,” the duo wrote of their arrival in a social media announcement post, “big storm comin’.” entirely precedes what will be splendora21’s debut album, which is expected to be released later this year.
Float on the cloud that is splendora21’s new single entirely below, and keep an eye out for the duo’s future releases throughout 2023. In the meantime, find out more about Sutcliffe and Bramlett here.