Introducing: Secret Company

Secret CompanyAn uncontrollably infectious keyboard dominates “Saviour”, the debut single from Chelmsford outfit Secret Company. Like Tapes’n’Tapes if they smashed into the back catalogue of Simon & Garfunkel, or Architecture in Helsinki reborn to the sound of Muscle; the four-piece will certainly turn a few heads with the song.

Formed in January 2012 but brewing away in the back locker since then, Secret Company have finally found themselves ready to reveal their wares in 2014. Not a second too late. “Saviour” is so on trend it hurts, slotting nicely between Summer Camp and Fixers on the indie pop spectrum and promising great things to come from the band in the future.

In a surprising turn of events, the track was produced by folktronica musician and Moshi Moshi singee James Yuill. It was penned by front man Scott Revell, who claims of the song’s topic, “Although we've learned there's no magic saviour as such, there's people who help you get through all the hard stuff. We're hoping it can be interpreted however works best for anybody listening.”

Find out more about Secret Company on Facebook here and listen to “Saviour”. The single is due for release 31st March 2014 through the band's own label.

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