SINGLE REVIEW: Enfers – ‘Infants’


It seems an age since I last reviewed a release from Enfers; in fact it was over a year ago, blimey that long.

If you can recall that release and the review you’ll know that Enfers do pop with big tunes with perhaps a touch of Indie. With ‘Infants’ Enfers have turned up that Indie element to the max. Yes, this is Indie-pop. It’s Indie-pop with a huge tune and a big danceable beat.

But as you may also remember that Enfers have a tendency to add a ‘certain something’. Here they add something of the 80s; there’s the big joyous pop of the best danceable pop and more than a touch of slightly rocky pop. And, my friends, the result is a completely glorious, carefully crafted pop song that leaves you grinning like hell and with feet addicted to the big beat.

Need anything more? Thought not. Add it to your festive playlists, bop like crazy around your living room. ‘Infants’ is gorgeous.

The info

The band are:

Sam Donley – Vocals, production
Jonny Martin – Guitar, backing vocals
Aaron Evans – Bass
Luke Smith – Drums

Instagram: @enfersband
Twitter: @enfersband
YouTube: @enfersband

They play in Leeds at Hyde Park Book Club supporting 32 Tens on the 30th November.

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