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  • Make Friends Returns With New Song “Loaded Fun”

  • Bristol-based indie pop band Make Friends, consisting of Tom Andrew (vocals/bass), David Thomas (guitar), Connor Crabb (guitar) and Max Lewin (drums), returned with a new song “Loaded Fun” on April 16, 2024.

    The song is the follow-up to “Falter”, which was released last July.
    This time, the band worked with British indie rock band Bombay Bicycle Club's Ed Nash on the track.
    The song leans into lyrical themes of addiction and drug dependence, specifically detailing the cost it can have on a relationship.
    The track was written by Connor Crabb, David Thomas, Ed Nash, Maximillian Lewin, and Thomas Andrew. Produced by Ed Nash.

    The band said of the song, “Loaded Fun is a post break up song. The track depicts a relationship where one person has fallen into bad habits, and after everything has broken down, you reflect upon what went wrong. The title ‘Loaded Fun’ depicts having “fun” but at a cost, in this instance using drugs excessively to enjoy the company of your partner.”
  • They continued, “The chorus of the song best describes that post break up feeling, where you know that you've lost a part of your life, however you don't miss the anxiety and occasions where “Loaded Fun” seemed like your only option. And realising that you don't have to put up with any of it. Hate is a strong word.”

  • The band added, "These past two years have really been about exploring and experimenting with our writing and production. We've been writing a ton, and along the way, we've noticed our sound evolving into something we're really excited about. Having the chance to work with Ed has been a big part of that. From a writing and production point of view, it's been really enjoyable and fruitful for how we've developed. 'Loaded Fun' is a culmination of that time spent. We wanted the new material to feel fresh to us while still capturing the spirit and energy of our influences. We're happy with where it's all at, and we're just hopeful it resonates with others as much as it does with us.”

    Photo by Holly Whitaker
  • source : Apple Music
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