Track of the Day: Brosnan – Octopus

Founded in 2016, Brosnan is are an upbeat indie-rock trio from Hull, UK Influenced by bands like Pulp, Blur and The Cure, the group has a distinctive and distinguished sound. Described as “surprisingly quirky indie rock ‘n’ roll”, Brosnan places a modern twist on old-school indie-rock. The latest release from the group is their single ‘Octopus’.

Having gained critical acclaim from various publications including BBC introducing, ‘Octopus’ is building Brosnan’s reputation on both nationally and internationally. Smarting of Kaiser Chiefs and Franz Ferdinand, ‘Octopus’ is an anthemic track that is easy to listen to. Dynamic vocals complemented by the band’s instrumentation makes this track both enjoyable, anthemic and addictive.

Brosnan has also released a music video for ‘October’.

“Brosnan’s new single ‘Octopus’ asks how does it feel down there at the bottom of the ocean? Whether for you that means lockdown or life in general. We started writing it about two years ago, but lockdown happened while we were planning the release and some of the lyrics felt weirdly relevant to the moment. The video was recorded in isolation with each of us filming in our houses, so it was really great fun trying to be creative with those limitations.” – Brosnan on ‘Octopus’

You can find out more about Brosnan on their official website, Facebook and Spotify.

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