Boys Forever is the new recording project from Patrick Doyle. Written in his South London living room and recorded in Glassell Park, LA the music of Boys Forever marks an exciting new chapter for Doyle, formerly of acclaimed doom pop quartet Veronica Falls. Effortlessly infectious yet spiked with bruised melancholy, these are sparkling, off-kilter gems for those who like their perfect pop with a bit of bite as well.
“Poisonous” is the first fruit of these labours, a gloriously slanted and enchanted anti-love song warning against the charms of a terminally toxic suitor. It will be released on 7” vinyl on the new label Amour Foo, and comes backed with a gorgeously lo-fi, cassette 4-track cover of Kirsty MacColl’s classic “They Don’t Know”. Watch the video for “Poisonous” (directed by Doyle and boyfriend Mark Amura) now.
This is just the beginning however – watch this space for more to come from Boys Forever, including live dates and more music through the summer.