Sunday, August 15, 2021

Future Cavemen shares his piece of mind in ‘Jimmy The Breeze’

Future Cavemen releases his new debut single, ‘Jimmy The Breeze,’ which is guaranteed to please fans of 90’s indie/alternative. It's incredibly upbeat and enjoyable, making it ideal for festival season. 

The track, which was published on August 6th, comes from the band's debut EP, which will be released later this year.  

The tune begins with a memorable guitar tune akin of Blur’s ‘Park Life’. Then drums and deeper guitar sounds are added to make it seem more aggressive, giving it an alternative edge. The vibe is reminiscent of indie bands from 1990’s to early 2000’s bands such as Oasis, Blur, Blink 182 and Sum 41. 

Moreover, the garage sounding guitar and heavy drums recur throughout the song, adding to the vibrant, punk attitude. The track is kept energetic and driven by the addition of harmonising backup vocals. The vocals are comparable of Liam Gallagher's early Oasis days, with a similar Britpop flair. 

In contrast to the melancholy phrases he sings, the vocals are bright. "You know he must have S.A.D/ When season sparks his misery".

Although the single itself deceives us into feeling cheery and carefree, the lyrics reveal their true nature when we listen to carefully. This is comparable to Twenty One Pilots, who use bouncy, fast-paced music to mask their extremely personal and meaningful tales. 

Cavemen makes multiple references to his mind throughout the song, providing a narrative about his current mental state. This is something that most of us can relate to, enabling listeners to bond with the song.  

"Just try to take my piece of mind from me/ They have to take my piece of mind from me/ It’s when he takes my piece of mind from me".

We're looking forward to hearing the new EP, which will certainly be added to our nostalgic indie playlist. 

Lilly Hilton 


Image: Official ‘Jimmy The Breeze’ Artwork 


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