Building on the band’s pop sensibilities, "Coffee" follows ear-worming synths and saxophone melodies backing a tale of young love from frontwoman Jess Lewis-Ward. Upbeat and bright in its intentions, "Coffee" puts a foot forward to be a soundtrack for the summer.
Continuing to mesh together the old with the new, The Redroom have mastered the art of creating their own multi-genre sound backed by Lewis-Ward’s talent for colourful, witty and insightful storytelling. The new single is the band's first step into a form of new age indie-pop songwriting, combining the likes of layered brass with the band's signature acoustic sound.
“I actually wrote Coffee when I was 16, during the first lockdown. Left it in a back pocket for a few years then circled back to it when the band started to explore a different style of writing. It went through quite a few phases before the final finished product but I feel like it encapsulates our new sound, alongside my younger self. I guess you could say it’s about young love and feeling love romantically properly for the first time.” - Jess Lewis-Ward
2023 continues to propel The Redroom forward having established themselves across Manchester venues as well as hitting Hardwick Festival’s main stage again this year opening for The Kooks and making their debut at Reading & Leeds Festival this summer.
Surrounded by buzz and organically built success, it is easy to see why The Redroom have cemented themselves as ones-to-watch for 2023, continuing to grow in popularity across the North and prove themselves to be one of the North West’s brightest talents.