Prehistoric Friends is the solo project of Scottish multi-instrumentalist Liam Chapman and violinist Nichola Kerr and together they have created ‘Bermuda Triangle’, a dreamy pop song containing more sunshine than this Scottish summer.
The track kicks off with a tranquil and sedate strings intro, then swings into action on a solid foundation of drums and shakers.
Liam Chapmans airy vocals and inspiring lyrics succeed in lifting the tune to another level, singing songs of hope and fulfilment.
Prehistoric Friends have created a smooth on-the-rocks pop track, reminiscent of a Stevie Nicks fronted Fleetwood Mac and this is but a taster of their promising and meaningful self titled album, Prehistoric Friends.
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Words: Malik Fernandez