Watch List: Fickle Friends Give You Dance-Alluring "Brooklyn"
We would describe Fickle Friends' sound as one that's reminiscent of pop from the 1970's and 1980's with a modern flare. The group's single "Brooklyn" has a music video to accompany it now and take you into a world where random dancing takes place and there's a lot of neon.
Directed by Charlotte Rutherford (Charlie XCX, Marina & The Diamonds), the three and a half minute video sees a variety of style changes as scenes follow a woman who is really, really feeling the music. We take a trip to a diner, to the pool, and to a parking lot. Eventually the central character decides to take a dip in the pool to finish the night off.
Fickle Friends has a promising sound that is like taking a gulp of water after being thirsty for hours. Mix Natassja Shiner's floaty vocals with funk guitar and you have something that could prove to be big one day. At one point in time the group played 53 festivals over 2 years without being signed to a label. Now being signed to Polydor Records, Fickle Friends is hoping to make a splash in the music scene.