BLVFF strengthen their dark-pop on ‘Crystal Ball’

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Coventry’s BLVFF returns with a brand new single ‘Crystal Ball’, strengthening on their dark-indie pop catalogue.

The quartet is known for its dark and enigmatic ballads and this time around BLVFF are shooting for the radio waves with this soaring and festival-ready tune.

The band is one of ICM’s Ones to Watch artists this year and are certainly continuing their callous drive to indie greatness with this anthemic and ethereal song.

Frontman Michael Mccan dissects the songs origins.

He said: “The song looks at the recurring theme of people on the cusp of love who, for one reason or another, didn’t take that leap of faith.

“It also analyses the idea of hindsight and how due to our species not being able to see for sure what the future holds and thus self-sabotaging.”

Check out their psychedelic and

Good

  • Soaring dark-pop

Bad

  • Need to refine their sound

Summary

“The song looks at the recurring theme of people on the cusp of love who, for one reason or another, didn’t take that leap of faith..."
7.7

ICM Rating

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