Toronto’s brand new multi-talented collective Future PEERS – comprised of Luke Correia-Damude, Michael Lobel, Antonio Naranjo and William Culbert – have just released a new track titled “Too Reserved”, and we’ve got it right here for you.
Despite the upbeat and catchy nature of the track, it’s easy to see the melancholy that is taking place through the lyrics. “This song chronicles my disillusionment with Toronto,” admits Correia-Damude. “Sometimes the city get me down.” And that’s fair, a point we can all relate to. But we’ve never expressed that thought in such a fun and vibey way.
Future PEERS’ debut self-titled album is out December 9th via Phi Rho Sigma. Keep up with them here.