London alt-pop collective STIIR release their debut single “Free Yourself”
by Christopher Smith
London based alternative pop four-piece STIIR have released their debut single “Free Yourself“, which is a shimmering piece of sun-drenched guitar pop.
Featuring glistening melodies and incurably infectious vocals, the track is a musing on the “inevitable expiration of a relationship”. Exploring themes of self-reflection and individuality, the lyrical introspection is accompanied by funk-infused guitars and upbeat rhythms that combine to create an unquestionably feel-good summer anthem.
The track is a taste of things to come from the alt-pop newcomers, who bring a refreshing style and deliciously irresistible sound to the scene. They blend jazz and soul influences with intoxicating pop song writing, and with influences as varied as The Beach Boys, Al Green and Steve Lacy, the North Londoners are a truly exciting new presence.
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