“Ambiguity” is the latest mellifluously-mused single from up and coming Indie Pop artist Two Thirds of Me who uses jangly guitar progressions along with narratively immersive lyrics to create emotive soundscapes.
The singer-songwriter keeps an ample amount of Funk behind his otherwise concordant style, however the true depth of his instrumental talent won’t become perceptible until the outro of the track. The progressive single teases the experimentalism from the artist by using sonically wavy textures along with intricately gentle yet effectively mesmeric guitar picking.
Any release from Glasgow-based artist Two Thirds of Me comes highly recommended to any fans of Frightened Rabbit, the Twilight Sad, and We Were Promised Jetpacks. That being said, there’s still plenty of organic allure written into the vibrantly piercing tonality of Ambiguity.
You can check out Ambiguity by Two Thirds of Me for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.
Review by Amelia Vandergast