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“It’s from the perspective of the person trying to reach an ex lover who is in that dark place, cutting themselves off from the world.”
Wyvern Lingo released one of the best tracks of 2017 in ‘I Love You, Sadie‘ earlier in the year, a 90s throwback-banger that cemented them as a group destined to be beacons for discerning pop music in Ireland for a long time.
The trio have now shared another track, this time with a more low-tempo beat reminiscent of producers like XXYYXX or Holy Other, expect complimented with the same beautiful harmonies we’ve become accustomed to from the Bray natives.
“Snow II is partly written as a response to Simon and Garfunkel’s ‘I Am A Rock’,” explains Caoimhe Barry from the group. “It’s from the perspective of the person trying to reach an ex lover who is in that dark place, cutting themselves off from the world.
“It’s about wanting to comfort them, but you can’t speak to them or hold them like you might have when you were in a relationship, and how sad and confusing that is.”
Wyvern Lingo play the Button Factory on Friday February 23.