Launchpad: Faunaphor


All my favourite little details of electro-pop are present in Faunaphor’s debut single ‘In A Library, In The Summer.’ The expansive sizzling synths, the steady restrained beat and the Spandau Ballet esque melodies.

“‘in a library, in the summer (when I read I fall asleep)’ is a song about language and the moments when it fails us. It asks what happens when we’re confronted with a world that is larger then ourselves – like the natural world – and all of the surface-level things about us become irrelevant. The song doesn’t really have any answers, only more questions.” – Faunaphor


One Comment Add yours

  1. Will says:

    It’s one of my favorite new tracks I’ve heard this summer!


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