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We review the new single ‘Lidocaine’ by finter.

Start your Friday off in the best way, with new music and new beginnings. Returning with a new ambitious project, Finter is here with debut euphoric infused new contender ‘Lidocaine‘. Finter consists of Guy Alexander Daws, an artist hailing from North Yorkshire and currently resides outside Salzberg, Austria.

Whilst the instrumentation is lively and vibrant, the message behind the new release touches upon themes of not feeling good enough and affection. A collaboration beginning in Salzburg and venturing its way across Europe, ‘Lidocaine’ is the first chapter in Finter’s new journey.

Definitely a track that will get stuck in your head from its infectious vocal melody, it feels like the arrangement isn’t as polished as hoped.

Sounding like there could have been an extra part that could have really enhanced the meaning of the track, it sounds like the number is screaming for a middle eight that breaks down and brings listeners in closer. Nevertheless, there’s no denying that the production and performance are exceptional.

Mixed by Eduardo De La Paz (Matt Corby) and mastered by Geoff Peshe at Abbey Road Studios, the track certainly has a star-studded line up to keep company.