Retro Video Club Share New Single ‘Faking’

Edinburgh 4-piece Retro Video Club have just shared their energetic new single Faking, a high-energy piece of indie-rock music out now via Stanley Park Records. 
As soon as I pressed play I knew I was in for a treat and I wasn't disappointed. Faking is one of those songs perfect to scream at the top of your lungs as its high-energy, anthemic atmosphere is guaranteed to get you in a good mood in no time. This is a relatable song about being bitter and trying to leave one last dig at your ex. What I love the most about this song has to be Liam Allison's confident, attitude-packed vocal delivery which glides effortlessly over the high-energy production. Faking is a blistering piece of indie-rock music packed with schorching guitar lifts, stomping drums and roaring bass that makes it perfect to be a stadium-ready belter. Have a listen to this gem below!



Speaking about the song, Retro Video Club said,
Faking is about being bitter, and trying to leave one last dig at your ex before moving on with your life. It's the age old tale of a lover scorned, and how in the 21st century, people get their licks in.