Friends At The Falls return with ‘Graffiti’

Review Single Review
7.7

ICM Rating

New York’s Friends At The Falls share ‘Graffiti’ in preparation for their anthemic upcoming EP. Since listening to ‘Graffiti’, we are really excited to hear it.

Hailing from Mahopac, the quintet follow up their strikingly good single ‘Streetlight Kids’ was well-refined with booming vocals over a Coldplay-esque beat. Now ‘Graffiti’ more or less is on the same path with bold hooks and their trademark chorus to top off yet another jaw-dropping single.

These five individuals have mutual appreciations for The Killers, Coldplay and Bruce Springsteen which clearly comes off in their work. You get a beautiful thriller, one that has you sprinting up ocean side bluffs one day to playing a show the next.

The EP, ‘Wild In Our Ways’, is set to be released later this year. If you like what you hear then you can catch Friends At The Falls next month (October 13) at The Bowery Ballroom on 6 Delancey St, New York, New York. Tickets are available via Ticketfly.

Good

  • Booming vocals
  • Great chorus

Bad

  • Similar beat

Summary

‘Graffiti’ more or less is on the same path as 'Streetlight Kids' with bold hooks and their trademark chorus to top off yet another jaw-dropping single.
7.7

ICM Rating

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