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Westfoord – Little By Little [Review]

Westfoord – Little By Little [Review]

Indie pop duo Westfoord share their debut album ‘Little By Little’.

Not leaving time for the dust to settle, Westfoord have wasted no time in releasing their debut album ‘Little by Little’ This enigmatic indie pop duo show a maturity beyond their years in their production and lyricism. Written during the stay-at-home lockdown, this 8 track album is a compilation of songs written over a period of 7 months. Drawing their influence from The XX, The 1975 and Lana Del Ray, the duo touch on themes of love, growing up, and the battle for equality for the LGBTQ+ community, and black and ethnic minorities.

“If I ever feel emotional I race to my piano and let whatever comes out, come out. I know my feelings aren’t unique, and so I hope these songs touch other people that share my emotions so that they could potentially feel less alone.” explains Fergus who forms one half of this exciting new duo.

Formed in 2020, Westforrd are an exciting new indie pop duo who are following on from the success of their rousing debut single ‘Ode to My Generation’ which was released in the summer of this year. Combining stunning vocals with introspective lyrics that so cleverly use their youthful perspective, this London duo have shown they’re unafraid to tackle the big topics. Their debut album ranges in theme and dynamics, forming a well rounded and sophisticated debut. Westfoord is formed of Fergus Foord and Finn West (The Played Alone).

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