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Two Sevens – Modern Age [Review]

Two Sevens – Modern Age [Review]

‘Modern Age’ is the shiny new single from indie-electro-pop band Two Sevens.

Recorded in a studio in Camberwell, London, where the band formed, ‘Modern Age’ shows off the vibrant nature of Two Sevens while making a poignant observation about freedom and the trappings of modern society. The stunning video, directed by Laurence Dutton, is set against a backdrop of the city’s materialism yet oozes energy, optimism and positivity. We just can’t get enough!

London-based Two Sevens is a three-piece band, formed of Sonya Frances (vocals), Matthew Davis (song, instruments), and Paul Bateman (instruments). For fans of bands like Hot Chip, Blondie and Chvrches, Two Sevens mix ‘80s/’90s nostalgia with a sound that is undeniably modern, and serve up beautifully catchy indie-electro pop.

The band’s self-titled debut mini-album was initially only released on vinyl but has just been released digitally along with this brand new single ‘Modern Age’. The debut album includes the track ‘207’ co-written with Stuart Moxham from iconic band Young Marble Giants.

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