Black London is ready to make you enjoy a different rock, full of melodic tastes and deep lyrics. The band’s newest release “Letters I Never Wrote” is available on all streaming plataforms and comes with a new music video.
The song was born from the need to express in some way a story of deception and heartbreak. It explores the idea of guilt, the reasons or causes that lead to certain actions and, above all, it is a way of asking for forgiveness.
“Letters I Never Wrote was born during the pandemic months, we were composing “ON LINE” because of the lockdown and we don’t pretty like the first version of the song, in fact it does not appear in our first EP “Finally”. During the summer 2021, while we were working in new songs, we decided to work again in this song focusing in create a very powerful chorus part and in a good bridge, we think that the song it’s a pure Black London style and we enjoy playing it in live gigs”.
“We have taken advantage of these long months of pandemic to focus on brushing and shaping the first studio recording by adding different sound forms, daring to mix different musical roots and exploring with rhythms and tempos typical of other styles. The wait has surely been positive.” – says the band.
As a band, their influences are several; They enjoy every kind of music, from bossa nova to hardcore. But at the time to create their music they get very inspired from bands like Normandie, Tesseract, Dance Gavin Dance, Sleeping With Sirens, Don Broco, Deaf Havana. As all the Black London’s songs was produced by the band, recorded and mixed on Metropol Studios in Madrid by Alex Cappa.
“Letters I Never Wrote”: https://open.spotify.com/album/0Yo9CA5Cq2E2Ftw9gN0ufR