Asylums drop acoustic version of euphoric pop track “Instant Coffee”

UK act Asylums drops soaring acoustic version of “Instant Coffee,” a euphoric pop number that offering up a glimpse of their new album Signs of Life. With a stripped back and fragile feel framed by melodic guitars and emotive vocals, the track is uplifting and soulful all at once.

Set to traverse a spectrum of human emotions and its intersection with technology, Signs of Life sees the band dial back on their heavier rock sounds on this track, going for something more harmonious and hopeful instead.

Speaking of the track, Luke Branch says, “ It’s a nice contrast to our wilder heavy side.Instant Coffee’ is kind of fragile at core and stripping it back shows the track in a different light”

Asylums who have been consistently building an impressive back catalogue for themselves right from their debut album Killer Brain Wavesin 2016, showcase their ability to evolve and experiment even as they stay true to the emotive core of their artistry.

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