There’s nothing deceitful about BLVFF, an authentic indie rock band hailing from Coventry. Inspired by the likes of The Amazons and early Arctic Monkeys, this quintet have mastered their shadowy Brit-rock sound that’s destined to be played in stadium environments. Their latest single, ‘Want For Nothing’ emphasizes the band’s anthemic sonic signature through a gritty guitar riff and passionate vocal performance from frontman Michael McCann. Produced by Matt Terry and mixed by George Perks, both of whom have worked with well-known artists, it’s only a matter of time before BLVFF become one of the big names themselves.
Frontman McCan described the meaning behind the lyrics: “The song is based on mind games that often come before love, the misconceptions that follow when chasing a bad love conquest and succumbing at all costs. Being someone’s someone in vain, knowing it will go wrong and that you never wanted any of this.”
BLVFF have already surpassed 100,000 streams collectively for their first three singles, and have received acclaim for their live performances. As well as this, they’ve received plays from BBC Introducing amongst other commendable features. They’re already starting to make a name for themselves on the national scene, and we can’t wait to see what’s to come next from BLVFF.
Listen to ‘Want For Nothing’ here.