SINGLE REVIEW | ADAM & THE REGENTS | I’D LIKE TO KNOW

An exciting debut release from Inverclyde’s Adam and The Regents. ‘I’d Like To Know’ is an incredible showcase of indie pop with an 80s influence, a sound similar to Delights, Deco, and The 1975.

The track features a catchy melody played on keys before snapping into a full indie pop outburst that is sure to be a crowd pleaser. From the catchy riffs on guitar and keyboard, the drums driving the track, the solo on the saxophone, this track is a musical showpiece and an impressive debut track. Undoubtedly, the highlight of this track is the build that bursts into a euphoric finish.

“I’d like to know, are you sorry?”

The song is lyrically impressive, written from the perspective of someone post-break up. A heartfelt plea that is sure to resonate with listeners. Produced by Chris Marshall, the track is a great listening experience and reflects once again the talent of the Inverclyde area, with impressive releases already from Slix, The Wits, Strange Dimensions and many more.

Adam and The Regents have recently played packed out headline slots at The River, Gourock and Garage Attic, in addition a lucrative slot at the much anticipated stage of King Tuts, as part of Deco’s ‘Nice Car’ tour. Going from strength to strength, I am excited to see what the band do next.

The track is the perfect addition to your playlists. Stream it below and check out the band’s socials.

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