[IAI Premiere] In a whirlwind of melodic Folktronica, On-The-Go reveal their latest number & album ‘Unsaid’
Influenced by electronica, pop, and folk, Russian quartet On-The-Go share latest single and album ‘Unsaid.’
Projecting a large amount of energy across its sound of indie-pop, and sonic surges, their latest single tackles the feelings of regret surrounding the things we wish we were able to tell the people we care about, but never could. Lyrics such as ‘say what you have to, before you leave,’ suggest that there is hope for forgiveness, although there is a doubt of unlikeliness.
Their new studio album ‘Unsaid’ dives deep into subjects such as; looking for balance in relationships in the ever-changing and unpredictable world, the conflicting emotions around raising children within a political climate of fear and hatred, and the changing nature of memories as our current experiences increasingly conflict with the beliefs we held in the past.
Talking to us on email about their new releases, Yura Makarychev, the frontman of On-The-Go says: “We wanted to make sure that each song is based on specific ideas, and lyrics with the rhythm, and melody forming around the subject”.
‘Unsaid’ is available on all platforms now