ICYMI: Starchild & The New Romantic’s ‘Language’ is the Paragon of Retro-futurism


The countdown to Starchild & The New Romantic‘s full-length debut LP has been an eager one and it was well worth it. On Friday, the singer-songwriter and musician’s 14-track Language hit the airwaves with all the pizzazz and charm he typically exudes. Live instrumentation and vivid lyrics make each track its own short story touching on everything from romantic love to personal perseverance. While the album doesn’t contain any features, Starchild flawlessly hosts the vibes solo on all new, original music (including the previously released title track and visual for “Hangin On“) and an unmatched rework of “Mood” by Porches.

Language is where the nostalgia of good yesterdays and the hope for good tomorrow’s meet to exhibit Bryndon’s art as a paragon of retro-futurism both in sound and spirit. From his expansive versatility on “Only if You Knew” and signature pocket on “Boys Choir,” this project embodies dialectal connection from artist to art to fan. Listen below.

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