Quick Thoughts: London, I Love You but You’re Bringing Me Down is a beautiful hidden gem in the indie-rock music landscape. This song is truly something special. Between the buttery vocals and the upbeat percussive instrumentals, this piece consumes you from the moment it starts. This song tells the sad story of growing out of love. You can feel the raw sadness of nostalgia when you hear main singer, Percy Junior Cubbinah, ask, “Oh, is this the place where the kids used to play?” This 3 minute and 54 second piece of heaven will be the only thing you listen to all week.
Malady is a hot new band and with four stellar members: Cobbinah with his killer voice, Charlie Clark smashing it on the guitar/synths, Ertan Cimen on the drums, and Khaleem Mitchell-Patterson groovin’ on the bass. It’s not every day that you hear something as divine as London, I Love You but You’re Bringing Me Down from a band as unique as Malady. Such an impressive debut can only be followed by an even more impressive album. I have a feeling Malady is cheffing up something great so keep them on your radar. Stream on Spotify:
For fans of: Goth Babe, The Neighbourhood