Formed by Saul Adamczewski (Fat White Family) and Ben Romans-Hopcraft (Childhood), London’s freshest supergroup Insecure Men have given us of taste of what they’re all about with the release of their first official single.
Doused in lo-fi mystery, ‘Subaru Nights’ is a synth-heavy debut that channels all the chill vibes you need. Fresh from signing with Fat Possum, the track showcases the duo’s ability to write with an enchanting edge – something that’ll definitely be continued on their follow-up singles.
In a recent interview with The Quietus, Adamczewski said of the track: “We really wanted [our music] to be very British, or English I guess, and suburban but with a Hawaiian vibe. We wanted it to have a 1970s dinner party vibe, like that Mike Leigh [TV play] Abigail’s Party but soundtracked by Martin Denny. A subaru is a suburban boy racer car. I’m not sure if this translated at all in how the song turned out but in a way we were trying to get a Robert Wyatt-style vocal, with me really singing my heart out”. Get listening below: