Fenech-Soler - Demons Single Review
The third single from their eponymous September-released debut album, 'Demons' is another fine example of the Fenech-Soler blend; infectious synth-ridden dance-pop following swiftly in the footsteps of the likes of Friendly Fires, Calvin Harris, Frankmusik and so on. Sure to be Radio 1 play-listed like the two singles that preceded it, 'Demons' is another catchy chorused number with pounding dance beats and an especially prominent bass which underpin multiple layers of synths and infectious 'ooh' backing vocals throughout.
Though most of them only vary slightly from the others, the nine remixes circulated alongside the original mix of 'Demons' make the Northamptonshire based four-piece's track suitable for many club DJ's alongside their radio-friendly, synth-pop original. The Yuksek Vocal Remix is a more euphoric mix with big trance synths and an even more prominent pound and clap beat, while the Sigma Remix is ridden with strong dirty synth bass giving a fuzzy dub feel.
Taken from an under-championed album of 2010, this upbeat, catchy electro-pop single, 'Demons', kick-starts Fenech Soler's 2011.