It's about consciously disconnecting from the outside world...

Peckham-via-Falmouth risers Moreish Idols have shared their intriguing new song 'Mobile Phone'.

The band's approach moves from skeletal post-punk to some rather more electronic leanings, throwing in saxophone solo for good measure.

Emerging from a fog of reverb new single 'Mobile Phone' is a fascinating piece, continually in evolving, constantly shifting from shape to shape.

Prompted by a period in which the singer "felt suffocated in my relationships with people and my family, and having a phone didn’t help that" it was born during a period of escapism in Cornwall.

Breezy and at times almost psychedelic, it's a transitional work that revels in the embrace of the new. Moreish Idols comment:

"We like to think of the song as a transition for us and a cathartic representation of the big life change we’ve just made. We move from the slower dream-pop sound of Falmouth in the first half of the track and accelerate into the hectic aesthetic of south London for the second half."

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