German indie electronic act Bromsen enchants us and sets our feet on fire with their latest single “The Photograph“.
Bromsen consists of Karlo and Richard who were former bandmates in “the pampelmuse”. They played in every indie rock venue in Berlin in the mid-2000s before dissolving in 2006. In 2021, they got together to form Bromsen and spin some finely crafted tunes. On this song, they team up with their old bandmate Manzari who has co-written the track.
The song deals with their past youth aspirations of rock and dreams. Dreams continue to exist in the memories and desire much like faded photographs. It is a feeling that never departs, just like an old photograph. In the end, it is about celebrating these feelings which compel us to create great art. And in that count, Bromsen continues to pave the way!
Commencing with a fluid synth bassline which is harmonized with some compelling melodic licks. Electronic beats and percussions populate this retro electronic arrangement with some soaring vocals. A nocturnal aura is created, making you groove on its infectious rhythm and peak your emotions in the chorus. We get treated to a bridge section that has some stunning layers of production which is a true delight to hear. An electric guitar solo with plenty of filters finishes off this section with style as the song outros on the chorus full of energy and dark mystique.
The Berlin duo sculpt an indietronica track with pulsing synth bass and retro production. Layers of synth textures and driving beats create a nostalgic yet fresh sound to be savored!
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