Telemarkk reveal new synth-pop cut, "Reflection"

Telemarkk have recently released their latest synth-pop single, "Reflection", which is their seventh single since they started releasing music back in 2019. The duo is made up of childhood friends Max Berg and Asad Siddiqui who both share a love of the 1980's, Chvrches, and atmospheric synths.

With a love of The 1975, Chvrches and 80's music the duo have created a track that is both nostalgic and fresh.

The latest offering is heavily layered with multiple vocals going off left, right and center when the chorus hits. There's nothing better than when synth-pop goes into the upper atmosphere and that's what these two musicians have done.

Coming together on a love of The 1975 and Chvrches will always seem to produce 80's sounding bangers, and this sounds like we've got a synth cut that's borderlining instant classic. I honestly could see this on a FIFA soundtrack it's that good.

With lockdown in the UK coming round quicker than an Amazon delivery these days, the band are embracing the time they have on their hands in making songs that people will love, and "Reflection" is one of those. Speaking about the latest single the duo said: " ... 'Reflection’ explores the theme of patience to the point of realisation and the ability to let go when reflecting on past experiences."

Be sure to head to the guys' Spotify page to listen to their previous cuts, and while you're there be sure to drop them a like to stay up to date with their latest releases.