Just Listen: The Vryll Society – A Perfect Rhythm

The Vryll Society

Words: Georgia Mae Blackman

the vryll society gaz jones popped musicI fall more and more in love with The Vryll Society. Every time I listen to them I get goosebumps. They create beautifully crafted psychedelic sound with a smidgen of pop. From their first sounds to now, The Vryll Society have graced our eardrums with stunning melodic indie tracks, *sighs*, but A Perfect Rhythm is out of this world. The usual dashes of the 80’s sound that the Merseyside group create masterfully are all present and correct too. This is a simmering track that, to me, is a work of art, laced with funkadelic sounds and swirling riffs, which, all compliment each other beautifully.

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