Brighton duo Thrillhouse delivers their biggest track to date with “Where The Roads Don’t Go”.
There’s an Arcade Fire moment on Thrillhouse’s latest track, as the pair deviates from their indie-pop sound on ‘Where The Roads Don’t Go’, opting for momentous indie rock that continuously builds up to magnificent crescendos akin to Bombay Bicycle Club or even early White Lies. “Is it alright to be/living someone else’s dream? / stuck inside someone else’s dream?” Thrillhouse asks, depicting the moment when the light breaks through when stuck in a dark slump, amplified by its uplifting melodies and invigorated energy, making it feel as though anything is achievable.
Thrillhouse has set themselves the goal of a new song each month this year, so get ready to enjoy a whole lot more from the Brighton duo.