Fast becoming a big name, Fenech-Soler have already had a hell of a year. After successful sets at Glastonbury and Wireless, they’ve played at festivals across Europe and still have Reading and Leeds to come on August 23rd and 24th. Their new album Rituals is due for a September release and Last Forever is the second single to come from it, following from the big single Magnetic.
Although their first album was released in 2010, it wasn’t until the emergence of Magnetic earlier this year that the Northampton four-piece really came to our attention. During 2011, they supported White Lies and Robyn and released Stop and Stare, which they donated all profits from to the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Last Forever looks back to their talent of creating electro-pop anthems. It’s a song that will keep us in the happy summer mood well into autumn with a catchy hook and melodic vocals. Harmonious synths merge with a steady drum beat as they swirl around each other in this glorious fusion of happiness and warmth.
The video follows the story of 15-year-old Ivah, who is the son of Jamaica’s leading surfer Billy Wilmot. Some truly breath-taking shots of the tropical landscape of the Caribbean flash before our eyes, as Ivah attempts to rise to his father’s lofty heights. What a perfect way to finish off our summer!