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Folly Group have unveiled a scattering new number in ‘Fewer Closer Friends’

It’s the second release from the shape-shifting new favourites
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Published: 11:29 am, June 16, 2020Words: Jamie Muir. Photos: Holly Whitaker.
Folly Group have unveiled a scattering new number in ‘Fewer Closer Friends’

London-based newcomers Folly Group have unveiled a twisting new number with ‘Fewer Closer Friends’

A world of angled guitars, chant-along raisers and spinning electro-glitches - it’s a melting point that reveals more and more with each sip. Bathed in experimentation but perfect for late-night dancefloors, it sets Folly Group on a pretty exciting path for the future

Speaking about the track, the band says: “‘Fewer Closer Friends’ is about surrendering command of how one is perceived by others. It’s a manic bit of advice to the former self that says: you can’t govern that perception, so don’t waste time trying. That’s not to prepare for failure, but to combat naivety.”

‘Fewer Closer Friends’ follows on from their debut release ‘Butt No Rifle’ released earlier in the year, and like their first offering Folly Group are set to unveil a Club Flip remix of the track in the coming weeks. Folly Group also are included in the recent Live At The Windmill compilation alongside the likes of Shame, black midi, Kate Tempest, PVA + more

Check out ‘Fewer Closer Friends’ right here…

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