Coventry based Indie/Rock band BLVFF release their next single ‘Want for Nothing’
Talking influence from Humbug early Arctic Monkeys mixed with Indie underdogs The Amazons, Want for Nothing portrays the bands approach to stadium sized indie rock whilst maintaining the strong songwriting abilities which has seen the band surpass 100,000 streams collectively over their first three singles.
The end of November saw BLVFF locked away at Vada Studios with Producer Matt Terry (The Enemy & Ocean Colour Scene) & Mix Engineer George Perks (Circa Waves, Rats, The Clause). The track opens with a gritty guitar riff followed by a passionate vocal performance from frontman Michael McCann. Speaking about the track McCann explains “The song is based on mind games that often come before love, the misconceptions that follow when chasing a bad love conquest & succumbing at all costs. Being someone’s someone in vain, knowing it will go wrong and that you never wanted any of this”. Throughout, Want for Nothing offers a power punch of energy and emotion, continuing BLVFF’s signature anthemic sound.
Post Covid-19 will see BLVFF play a special headline show in their hometown of Coventry in association with ‘Zone Heroes’ This Feeling, as well as a handful of dates across the UK. Keep up to date with everything BLVFF on the following social media pages
‘’Stadium sized rock anthems bursting with justified confidence’’ – This Feeling / Gig Wise.
Hailing from the Midlands, BLVFF carry an authentic ethos throughout their musical offerings, which are destined for the big time. Bound by a brotherly connection, their dark, Brit-rock, anthemic like sound, has catapulted them on to the national scene.
The full force and mystique of BLVFF, is best enjoyed in a live environment. With record perfect performances, the band has been hailed by fans and critics alike, across the country.
As well as being named as one of This Feelings “Big In 2020” bands, plays from BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio, as well as features and support from, Fred Perry Subculture, Marshall Amps, Born Music Online, Little Indie Blogs and Indie Central, have set the stone for BLVFF’S first 18 months in existence.
With so much under their belts already, its time to believe in the BLVFF.