Good Neighbours Offer Sheer Euphoria With ‘Daisies’

Alongside a potent live video...

Alt-pop partnership Good Neighbours soar back with ‘Daisies’.

The group – Scott and Oli – have achieved ridiculous results with just a handful of songs, with singles like ‘Home’ becoming instant fan anthems.

Recently hitting East London’s Village Underground venue, Good Neighbours threw in some unreleased cuts, and snippets have immediately gone viral online.

New single ‘Daisies’ finds Good Neighbours continuing their journey. Ripe for summer playlist use, it’s a dizzying alt-pop statement, reaching to that killer chorus.

Lyrically, ‘Daisies’ is abut attempting to push forwards, embracing yourself for who you are. Scott and Oli comment…

‘Daisies’ is a low self-esteem anthem. Sometimes when you hate the way you feel in your own skin, it’s easier to try to see yourself how other people do, and we thought that was a sick idea. Someone making us fall back in love with ourselves.

There’s also a video online, featuring footage from that fateful Village Underground show –

Photo Credit: Rae Farrow

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