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Clock in with BrooksOfYork’s latest intimate indie single, Work.

BrooksOfYork has returned with the phenomenally seminal single, Work, each of his tracks is an intricately artful and intimate affair, yet, Work captures the artist at his most profound and consoling.

Nuances of RnB pull through in the electronic indie-pop release that was constructed with accordantly clean guitars and reverb-swathed synth lines; despite its quiescence, inspires profound introspection.

Under the influence of Bon Iver, Boyz II Men, Quincy Jones, Teddy Riley and any artist with the capacity to concoct evocative aural vignettes. Work doesn’t solely reflect on the 9-5 grind, but the labours of love that seem to work our knuckles to the bone.

You can check out BrooksOfYork’s latest single, Work, that officially released on March 22th via Spotify.

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Review by Amelia Vandergast

BrooksOfYork – To Giants: Indie Dreampop You Won’t Want to Wake Up From

Within up and coming Indie artist BrooksOfYork’s latest single To Giants, you’ll find compassion, modernism, and plenty of reasons to repeatedly press play.

The clean guitar tones under delay and reverb bring a sense of fragility to the soundscape while the resoundingly magnetic vocals draw you into the profoundly contemplative lyrical narrative.

With To Giants, BrooksOfYork found the perfect balance of intricate Indie Rock experimentalism and sticky sweet Pop sincerity. Their dreamy signature blend of electronica and acoustic elements offers a rare level of nuance which rarely hits the airwaves.

Naturally, as with every artist who efficaciously hits the evocative spot with their sound, we can’t wait to hear what follows.

You can check out To Giants for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast