After the success of their debut single Sharing Light, KIN returns with L.O.V.E, an upbeat, summer anthem. Written as a homage to the great British festival, it’s about the particular kind of joy and freedom that comes from people gathering together in green open spaces to dance and love freely.
The song features catchy melodies, unique rhythms, solid hooks, and sublime vocals.
KIN’s lyrics are impressive. Their words are relatable.
At a time when the future of festivals hangs in the balance due to Covid-19, this song is a reminder of the beauty of the summer music season, complete with a DIY video tribute to all the cancelled festivals. The single is a celebration of how, even in these socially distanced times, music still brings us together.
KIN has so much talent. They create an atmosphere. L.O.V.E deserves 5 stars.
The song was produced by Nicholas Alexander (Minimal Animal, Before Breakfast, Dead Slow Hoot) and mastered by Tim Rowkins (Mura Masa, Maribou State, Two Door Cinema Club).
Check it out below!