New from Brisbane alt pop duo Syrup, “Catch Your Flow” is their next funky single.
Childhood friends Henry Anderson and Harry Pratt further establish their electro pop sound on this song, where Anderson’s smoky David Bowie-esque baritone sings over Pratt’s jaunty guitar riffs, which sound like something straight out of an early 2000’s indie pop hit. Combined with the disco style synth on the bridge, the song succeeds in creating a feel good, nostalgic vibe but with a modern beat.
“Catch Your Flow” talks about looking for a sign from the universe, with the band describing it as:
… a song about uncertainty. At its root, the song explores the precariousness of thought…every bit about how the little moments fashion the grand whilst focusing on the steady hand that labors you towards the right path. Taking these signals with gusto is a process of catching the flow.
We’re excited to share this exclusive premiere with you, and you can check out the official visualizer for the song, created by the band’s own vocalist Anderson, below. Enjoy!