The Spheres "It's Only Human (When it's You)" - Single Review
In an infectious mix of new wave, synth-pop and indie rock, Toronto indie rockers The Spheres released their second single It's Only Human (When it's You) to the streaming world this past week. Sounding as if Foster the People and Simple Minds had some sort of indie offspring, this infectious song brings forth elements of synth-pop mixed with intricate instrumentation from the captivating bass groove at the onset. Pair that with some catchy, jangly guitars and you get one of the best indie tracks released in the first week of the new year. The band knocks it out of the park in the post-production aspect as well with absolutely nothing sounding out of place from the vocal harmonies to the layered guitars. Following their equally infectious debut single City of Lights, this band deserves a lot of attention and has left the indie world with much anticipation for what they release next.