Brighton-based Twilight Driving delivers honest songs laden with catchy hooks, great stories, and big sounds. The four-piece Indie-pop outfit strives to write heartfelt music, drawing on influences from musical icons through the ages. Their sound is dripping in Americana; infused with 80’s inspired synths and close harmony to form pounding indie pop songs.
A stark, synth-led drum beat introduces the tone of latest track Dangerous, that conjures a sense of wonder and possibility. The rhythm builds around the distinctive vocal cadence and rides a light wave of melancholy, suiting the tone and motivation of the lyrics with aplomb. The chorus is where this track really shines, and carries all the hallmarks of Twilight Driving’s stellar songwriting: a memorable hook, neon-clad synths and a stadium-sized indie pop sound – a true force to be reckoned with.
Speaking to the motivation behind Dangerous, Twilight Driving state that:
“‘Dangerous’ is about growing up and living in a city, when everything is constantly changing around you. Friends move away, relationships change and the impact that has on your health. Its that experience of moving from your teens and into your twenties, that everyone goes through.”