Following on from the success of their earlier released 2019 singles, Los Angeles Pop Singer-Songwriter Binoy has recently dropped his latest experimentally endearing Pop track “Things Fall Apart”.
With an eclectic instrumental arrangement and an even more un-archetypal array of different genre influences, it’s unlikely that you’ll have heard another soundscape quite like Things Fall Apart before.
With Rock Pop vocals and an ominous synth-led 80s inspired melody, Binoy has created a futuristically compelling single which allows you to soak up the accessibility of the familiar elements of sound under a brand-new stylistic contortion. I’m also ridiculously pleased that Binoy utilised their sax skills in Things Fall Apart which seemed to evolve with each and every progression.
There’s little room to wonder why Binoy’s tracks are always incredibly well received.
You can check out Binoy’s latest single Things Fall Apart for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
Review by Amelia Vandergast