Track Review: Seprona ‘Rose Tinted Eyes’ | Out Now

Music / September 9, 2020
by Johanna Roelich

Liverpool five-piece band Seprona recently released their latest single ‘Rose Tinted Eyes’ and it’s had a massive reaction so far. So much in fact, we had to get involved. You’ll know exactly what we’re talking about when you take our advice and give it a listen.

It could just be the lack of nightlife we are experiencing at the moment, but listening to this track I can picture a solid (social distanced) crowd jumping around, shouting the lyrics back to the energy going off on stage, with neon lights taking over the entire venue. 

Electric, feel good indie rock with a great presence of 80s pop is how I would describe this track, and I’m all for it. The profound emotion in the lyrics mixes with your urge to let go and feel happy along with the bounce of the track, but take a second to really hear each lyric, it’s clear there is a lot more to the single than first anticipated. It’s fairly beautiful track in many ways.

There seems to be a similar pattern with these guys recently; full of life, energetic and catchy lyrics. But I must admit, with this one, I think the vocals by lead-singer Dan (aka Badger) are flawless. Could this be the best track released to date? We’ll let you be the judge of that.

Try and listen to this track without moving your hips, we dare you. It’s impossible.

The track was recorded in Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios, (Blossoms, Coldplay, The Coral, Justin Bieber, Rihanna) with Alex Quinn taking the role as producer. High expectations from the get go, which they surpassed.

Check out the lads on Spotify.

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