F I N K E L (Jane and Brian Spencer) have an existential new single that hides hard questions in a soft and gentle pop song about balancing introspection with the need for connection. It's not exactly lo-fi, but "F E E L A L R I G H T" isn't here to set fire to the laptop speakers. Instead, it's a song best explored between dusk and dawn, when there's just enough light to make out all the different shades of grey. Exploring the human condition in four minutes with a chorus—not a bad way to try and figure out why we're here." /> L.A. Record

TRACK PREMIERE: F I N K E L “F E E L A L R I G H T”

April 9th, 2019 | Listen

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L.A. duo F I N K E L (Jane and Brian Spencer) have an existential new single that hides hard questions in a soft and gentle pop song about balancing introspection with the need for connection. It’s not exactly lo-fi, but “F E E L A L R I G H T” isn’t here to set fire to the laptop speakers. Instead, it’s a song best explored between dusk and dawn, when there’s just enough light to make out all the different shades of grey. Exploring the human condition in four minutes with a chorus—not a bad way to try and figure out why we’re here. As F I N K E L asks:

“What the hell matters? How do you prioritze your time and sift through the daily catalogue of menial tasks and distractions? For us, this track embodies these internal battles that we face. Often times we arrive at the conclusion that community / human relationships are what need to be prioritized over everything else. If we can focus our efforts on engaging with the people that love and support us, everything else will fall into place, and we’ll feel alright.”