Bouncing synths, killer pop-hooks and on-point lyrics about modern alienation. You’d best believe a superb new Fickle Friends track is in the world. Last week the Brighton group shared ‘Brooklyn’, the most recent example of their ever-growing mastery of the pop game. But while it sounds joyous, upbeat and rather quite , it’s not all fun and games, as singer Natti explains.

“The whole song is metaphorical and kind of talks about anxiety as someone you don’t understand or recognise – ‘You are someone else, it’s something I can’t define, you are not mine’. It’s probably the song that means the most to me because one year on, I look back at how panicked I was by it all and now, although it’s something that affects me most days, I feel like I’ve got more of a handle on what’s going on in my head.”

If you like the sound of that, the group are heading out on their biggest UK tour to date this month:

Fruit, Hull (Nov 18)

Mash House, Edinburgh (Nov 19)

Arts Club Loft, Liverpool (Nov 20)

Bullingdon, Oxford (Nov 21)

Cookie, Leicester (Nov 24)

Moles, Bath (Nov 25)

Cavern, Exeter (Nov 26)

Clwb Ifor Bach. Cardiff (Nov 29)

Forum, Tunbridge Wells (Nov 30)

Heaven, London (Dec 1)

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