Electric Enemy Cut Through The Noise On Sophomore Single ‘Save Me’

Making music your ears can’t help be hooked by, Electric Enemy are back with their sophomore single and still proving that they can hone in their grown-up sound that has the ability to cut through the noise on new number ‘Save Me’. 

Coming together to form a sound synonymous to that of well-known bands in the alternative scene, from Muse, The Killers and Queens Of The Stoneage but with artistry that means it could only be Electric Enemy. 

Their second single ‘Save Me’ is the perfect example of the band’s paramount message. Born from their response to the world around them – with lyrics that tell tales of broken hearts, a broken world, and breaking boundaries as vocalist Jim sings ““Weep for what you see, bring back love and empathy/Tired of building walls, keeping out aggressive souls/Climb, step by step, focus on here and now/Tomorrow is a new day and you will have to carry on.”

With the band having been busy in the studio working on their debut album with producer Sam Miller (Paloma Faith, Razorlight) and the collection of songs take the listener on a journey through alternative rock, indie pop and with more than one nod to an electro-pop sound that is playful in all the right places, and new tune ‘Save Me’ symbolises this perfectly. 

Listen to ‘Save Me’ by Electric Enemy here. 


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