PARAFFIN’s “White Light”: A Hauntingly Beautiful Blend of Indie Rock and Dream Pop

PARAFFIN’s latest single, “White Light,” is a captivating and emotional track that showcases the band’s unique sound and style.

“White Light” is a hauntingly beautiful song that features PARAFFIN’s signature blend of indie rock and dream pop. The track opens with a gentle guitar riff and soft vocals, building up to a powerful chorus that is both uplifting and melancholic. The lyrics are introspective and poetic, exploring themes of love, loss, and hope. “White Light” has received positive reviews from both fans and critics alike. Many have praised the song’s emotional depth and the band’s ability to create a powerful and moving musical experience.

“White Light” is a stunning single that showcases PARAFFIN’s unique style. With its haunting melodies and introspective lyrics, the track is sure to resonate with fans of indie rock and dream pop alike. If you haven’t already, be sure to give “White Light” a listen and experience the magic for yourself.

PARAFFIN are Tyler Adams and Tom Chapman on guitar, Jake Saunders on drums, Tim Beavis on bass, and frontman Billy Tee. Initially producing demos in 2019, the band arrived on the scene in full following the lockdown with singles Mean and Call Me Over.

Deriving inspiration primarily from an eclectic mix of 1975Muse, and Arctic Monkeys, the schizophrenic nature of the band’s back catalog can be observed in full in these opening singles, as they strike a balance between fuzzed-out rock and riff fuelled pop. The band has to date achieved airplay from notable radio stations across the UK including BBC Introducing, as well as top-level football clubs on match day including hometown Portsmouth FC.

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