[MP3] Future Screens’ ‘One Summer’

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Brooklyn Indie-electro trio Future Screens return this month to bring you summer imagined summer warmth in this chilly January. Once again mixing up the Indie, ElectroPop and Chillwave vibes, Futures Screens have dropped another easy pleaser. This time, invoking the powers of Dreamwave to aid them in their warm weather anthem.

One Summer, obviously the prefect title for this tune, is, as we just mentioned, probably the most anthemic track these guys have produced to date. A big nostalgic sing-a-long that covers you in waves of lush, dreamy synths and heartfelt vocals and a chorus that will be stuck in your head all day. Future screens always like to stay on the edge, writing catchy Pop songs but injecting them with a little experimental flair, and they do this perfectly hear, balancing and Indie-Pop crowd pleaser with something a little more intelligent. Good times.

Future Screens – One Summer

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Future Screens are a Indie flavoured SynthPop outfit from Brooklyn (where else?) who don’t have many track out just yet, but the work they have made public shows a rich pallet of styles and a knack for catchy riffs and emotional tunes.

Here’s two of their best. Don’t Stop is very Brooklyn. It’s got that post-Chillwave combination of the raucous and raw, synth music done live, and hazy, introspective vocal delivery. Future Screens grasp this sound and hit the ground running, Don’t Stop would rock and Indie dancefloor with it’s raw drums and synth bass playing against an infectious melody and husky vocals. All My Daydreams has more of an Indie cool to it, as opposed to Don’t Stop’s jump up IndiePop. It’s a lush, electronic, wall of sound as a buzzing bassline and shuffling beat power the track along while reverby vocals and tides of synths crash against the track like waves. Future Screens are definitely a band we’ll be keeping an eye on in future.

♫ Future Screens – Don’t Stop

♫ Future Screens – All My Daydreams

Check out more from Future Screens on SoundCloud.