PREMIERE: Lo-fi indie group Pynch share debut single ‘Only’ for our latest Track of The Day
Our latest TOTD comes from London/Ramsgate based quartet Pynch with their official debut single ‘Only’. The lo-fi indie group have had a jam-packed year in the lead up to the debut release, consisting of performances across the capital, solid support from BBC Introducing, and a support slot with Peter Doherty and The Puta Madres which took place earlier this month.
An unwavering declaration of love, self-released single ‘Only’ is an ode to the certainty the emotion offers in our ever-changing world; a constant in amongst the unpredictable. Inspired by the works of Beach Fossils and LCD Soundsystem, ‘Only’ was self-produced at Pynch’s home studio in South West London.
Pynch started life as a set of demos written and recorded by lead-vocalist Spencer Enock in his parent’s basement in Ramsgate. On moving to London to study music, Spencer met his bandmates-to-be and Pynch was born, combining reverb-drenched vocals, shimmering synths and week-long guitar solos. The bedroom-pop production values with a large-scale sound akin to Arcade Fire and The War on Drugs, act as snapshot into the mind of a disillusioned millennial, where Spencer’s lyrics explore the personal and political through a refreshing combination of melancholy and humour.
Check out the video to debut single ‘Only’ below!