It’s an utterly charming slice of indie rock with some artful jittery instrumentation, colorful synths, witty lyricism and vocal infliction, paired with some funky 80s rock elements that have a vintage glow, with plenty of their own verve and qualities that make it very much their own.
About the tune, the band’s vocalist Matthew Beswick added:
The lyrics recollect memories of early childhood performances and the reluctance to perform. These reflections clash with society’s current need for attention, validation and attempts to gain both through self-promotion and performance.
You can find “Only Time” streaming now below.