The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Tuesday, Sept. 29
Don’t let the infectious groove and pulsing synths fool you: TIOGA‘s new single goes to some dark places.
Last Tuesday, the Philly natives — who have expanded their footprint all the way to New York City — released “Imaginary Friend.” Borrowing its synth-pop sensibilities from icons like MGMT and The Killers, the tune’s mostly sunny sensibilities are contrasted by a narrative about, in the band’s words, “self-isolation, anxiety, and existential dread.” Frontman Greg Adams takes us on a journey through pain and desperation, while the colorful soundscape behind his words serves as a veil for the tune’s depressive themes.
Frankly, it’s great to hear from TIOGA again, and we’re sure you’ll agree. Enjoy this Daily Spinn on us, in both audio and visual formats!
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