More Giraffes feel like a loved hot mess in “Basement”

Duo of newcomers More Giraffes share their debut “Basement”, a love futuristic pop song surrounded by electronic beats and catchy lyrics.

Formed by musicians Mark Hadley and Keeley Bumford, the duo met over the love of memes and pop deconstruction. With an undeniable sense on how to create addictive songs, their production doesn’t have any limits when it comes to the sound used. The lyrics share that intimate honest vibe that millennials can relate to as it basically deals with love and the digital era. About the meaning behind this track, More Giraffes explained over an email:

“Basement” is our version of chill pop, complete with original synth sounds and pitched up vocal samples. The song is about the beauty of being loved even when you’re a belligerent hot mess heading straight for a shame spiral.

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Matias Calderon

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