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Freddie Bourne – The Troubled Boy at the Bonfire Disco [Review]

Freddie Bourne – The Troubled Boy at the Bonfire Disco [Review]

The Troubled Boy at the Bonfire Disco is the new 4-track EP from Freddie Bourne.

The Troubled Boy at the Bonfire Disco is an intriguing, eclectic and altogether compelling EP, driven not only by deep-house pop sounds, but also more subtle acoustic notes. This mix of grand and low-key tones give the EP a deeply engagingly yet unpredictable aesthetic, with both surprises and familiar sounds aplenty.

Freddie Bourne brands this EP’s sound as “conscious house-pop” music. There’s moments to vibe to, moments to dance to and moments to sit back and reflect.

The EP cover relatable themes including asking for forgiveness at the end of a relationship, realizing that you cannot love someone after finding out what they could be capable of, how strangers in your life can help you from making hazardous life decisions, and how events in your life that may seem to be unsatisfactory having very positive silver linings.

If you haven’t already hit play above to check this one out. You won’t regret it.

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