Asylums’ takes on self reflection in new single “Instant Coffee”


British pop rock band Asylums gets melancholic in “Instant Coffee”, the latest single off their upcoming new album, Signs of Life. The pop track is a slight departure from previous singles, with a brighter sound that compliments the rest of the releases from the new LP.

“Instant Coffee” paints a picture of numbness in the whirlwind of a world that seems to be falling apart, a sensation that became all too familiar in recent years. The uplifting melody takes on a nostalgic tone in contrast with the feelings of sadness the lyrics evoke. Singer Luke Branch’s vocals convey the raw emotions perfectly, making the track both soothing and thought-provoking. In turn, “Instant Coffee” quickly becomes a release for the listener as well; it is relatable in its words and calming in its sound.

Check out “Instant Coffee” below:


“Instant Coffee” is now available on all streaming platforms.

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