Camens – ‘Redolence’

Camens, a Staffordshire band, are back and better than ever with a new hit record. The band has a lot of Indie vibes, however Camens brings something different, powerful and unique to their sound. 

After the release of their debut ‘Boys Will Stray’ back in April, Camens have released their newest track ‘Redolence’.

The song is has an unexpected and surprising groove, and is upbeat, groovy and makes you want to dance. ‘Redolence’ has an indie vibe, something that we could imagine playing at festivals.

Guitarist Scott Powell opens the track, while the vocals are then switched in to bring them into the prominence as the drums kick in.

Each part of the song quickens and builds up the momentum to the track: the beats add definition and give the single life. ‘Redolence’ becomes more upbeat as the song progresses, to the point where it makes you want to dance, which we must say, we are guilty of!

The chorus is exciting and a new sound, which is a breath of fresh air in indie music.

Throughout the single, Scott Powell’s voice cuts through the instrumental and dramatic pauses, causing goosebumps.

Redolence fills you with hope and happiness, and promotes empowerment and leaves you feeling like you can take on the world, with its get-up-and-go vibe. It’s that festival summer song, and we can see it doing very well. The musicians are passionate about what they are creating and confident with their sound, and that comes through in ‘Redolence’. The positivity from the members radiates through the lyrics and the track.

Camens, should be very proud of themselves. We think that they are a band to look out for!

Watch ‘Redolence’ now, and see for yourself, how good it is.

You can find Camens online on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

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