Posts Tagged ‘Banfi’

July 13, 2017
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London’s Banfi has been on the road winning over new fans and delighting long time fans with their music. The trio just completed a string of dates across Europe in support of Bear’s Den and concluded a headlining residency as well as played a bevy of fine festivals. Perhaps after they’re done conquering Europe and the UK they’ll have time to come visit us across the pond, too. In the meantime, I’ll just swoon to the slinky splendorous and sooty strutting allure of new single She Comes Home, an eclectic composition that teases us with whimsical future bass like electronic warbles and a Glass Animals meets HONNE like electro-soulful, peanut butter gooey feel. She Comes Home can also be streamed or downloaded, here.

December 7, 2016
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 12.05.2016

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December 6, 2016

It’s been more than a year since we zealously shared East London band Banfi’s self released track Where We Part It’s been a long wait, but Banfi has finally returned with an official first single named Happy When You Go. The smooth lulling, mellow gliding indie rock ballad comes with a spellbinding music video that focus in on what seems like a mundane suburban household. Banfi’s irresistible hooks and choruses take influence from renowned bands like Alt-J and The Knife. They’re also inspired by Foals’ minimal mathletics and The Police’s huge stagecraft. Purchase Happy When You Go from a list of major outlets, here.

April 1, 2015
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New East London band Banfi sweeps me away with debut single Where We Part. Soothing, soft vocals glide gently with the upbeat yet sentimental melody. It’s a lush and dreamy indie pop song, a gorgeous and earnest melter. In some ways, it reminds me of Bears Den, but far more luminous and sprightly, with a touch of Bastille like sweet infectiousness.