Legendary Norwegian band Savoy return with indie-chill anthem “Life and Times of a Wannabe”

In the realm of indie-pop, Savoy, fronted by a-ha co-founder Paul Waaktar-Savoy, distinguishes itself with a unique fusion of melancholy and vibrant synthpop influences. Spanning back to 1994, the trio, including Paul’s wife Lauren Savoy and drummer Frode Unneland, leverages their extensive musical journey to weave elements of goth and new wave into their timeless sound.

Their latest release, “Life and Times of a Wannabe,” showcases the band’s dynamic musicality with infectious electric guitar riffs and an indie drum rhythm that pulses with energy. Paul’s layered vocals, coupled with a funky vibe, construct a magnetic sonic experience. The subtle incorporation of flutes and strings adds an organic dimension, underscoring Savoy’s dedication to pushing boundaries within their established genre. As they anticipate the launch of their forthcoming album on Eleventeen Records, Savoy promises a diverse palette of pop songs, each exploring new directions and embracing a distinct New York edge, embodying individual perspectives, rhythms, and colors.

The release comes alongside a powerful visual accompaniment. Check it out in full below

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