Born within walking distance of each other, it seems like these guys were made to make music together. But somehow it took years for them to figure this out themselves…
Luckily they finally did come to their senses at some point. Cause, whether you like it or not, their music really is something else…
Burght is a pop group that makes eclectic pop music. Alternative, but in an unconventional way. They always start with the intention to finally write that perfect pop song, with that perfect pop song structure and that perfect radio friendly sound.
They have yet to succeed.
Somehow the music always seems to take them somewhere else. From melancholy reveries to fierce chaotic eruptions. From sunlit grooves to dark whipping synths. As it turns out, this four headed collective is no stranger to metric modulations and odd time signatures.
Every song is a trip. Some good, some bad. It’s up to you to judge which is which.
Just as it’s up to you to decide which trip you like better…
As adventurous as their music is, it all still sounds strangely coherent. Every song is unmistakably Burght.
Inspired both by modern pop-culture and french underground writers from the seventies, the lyrics often paint a mood that’s not necessarily in sync with the music. A nihilistic desperation is accompanied with feel good vibes. An unexpected encounter with a loved one is framed with dissonant guitars.
If you’re wondering what a collaboration of Tame Impala, Mac DeMarco and Suuns would sound like, you might like what these Burght boys have been cooking up.