Single Review... Trophy Wife - The Quiet Earth / White Horses

With sparse melodies, melancholic beats and lush, echoing vocals, Oxford trio, Trophy Wife describe their sound as 'ambition less office disco'. They announce their arrival with a lingering whisper of great promise that suggests a serious force to be reckoned with.

The Quiet Earth:
the band's detailed yet restrained production highlights the hush vocals of Jody Prewett's vocals against Kit Monteith's defiant drums and Ben Rimmer's echoing keys. The track starts off with a wonderful guitar and drum beats. This sets the tone for the rest of the song as it erupts into a euphoria when ever the chorus pops into life. It has it's dark side but I love it for that, you can see why Foals got them to support them, just majestic!
Out of 10: 9/10

White Horses:
This song has glimmering vocals and sparse rhythms before pulsating bass lines melt into the track. With a Foals sounding entering around the three minute mark you feel right at home listening to this if you love Foals
Out of 10: 7/10

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Trophy Wife - The Quiet Earth / White Horses
Out of 10: 8/10


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By - Fred Bambridge