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On-The-Go – Never Enough | New Music

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On-The-Go – Never Enough | New Music

 

On-The-Go, an up and coming band from Russia, have shared a brand new single called “Never Enough”. The vibrant indie-pop anthem explores the state of modern relationships.

 

Describing their latest single, the group said, “It’s about the inevitability of ups and downs, about the need for personal space and the experience of being apart followed by the joy of coming back. This song is about how incredible and at the same time difficult it is to love one another”.

 

Often compared to the likes of Bon Iver, Wild Beasts, and Boards of Canada, On-The-Go draw their inspiration from such genres as R&B, soul and electroclash. Combining melodic vocals with distinctive instrumentation and outstanding production, the outfit have crafted their own fresh sound, which is full of youthful energy.

 

The latest offering from On-The-Go follows their recent single “The Quiet Life”, which premiered last month . “Never Enough” is taken from the band’s upcoming fifth studio album slated for release in February 2020.

 

With many successful records in their repertoire, the Moscow-based group have already performed in The UK, France, Germany, Spain and more, and shared the stage with the likes of Hurts, Jungle, The Big Pink and Foster The People. On-The-Go are definitely one of the most exciting new indie-rock formations.

 

Listen To “Never Enough” here:

 

 

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Michalina Roś

I’m Michalina and I’m a 23-year-old translation student. Learning languages has always been
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