O FUTURE’s “Telephone” sounds like a melancholic contemplation of isolation

O FUTURE‘s self-released new track “Telephone” is out now.

O FUTURE, the duo formerly known as OOFJ and comprising of Katherine Mills Rymer and Jens Bjornkjaer, are back with a new track which challenges once again pop music and points out the foibles of our modern society. Smoother and slower than some of their previous offerings, “Telephone” addresses the feelings of isolation and loneliness in a world that is ironically ultra-connected. Combining breathy vocals reminiscent of FKA Twigs and nocturnal saxophone, their new jam sounds simultaneously comforting and disturbing. About “Telephone”, they detailed:

Literally this is a song about not having enough friends, hating phone calls and lying down on heavy carpets. The only good and spicy phone call, is one from a new lover, an old lover, a crush or your best friend or maybe when you find out you inherited you dream house. No one calls. Except the ones which say ‘ You been selected.. and you have won .. ‘

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