A grooving, funk-touched pop showing from Bliss Nova, “Every Move” struts a suave infectiousness — melding MGMT-esque psych-pop grooves and spacey electronica pursuits. The track features the thumping bass enthrallment of Olugbenga Adelekan from Metronomy. Bliss Nova — led by brothers Daniel and Joel Trzcinsk — first caught our ears in 2017 with the single “All That I’m Used To,” and then in 2019 with several tracks from their full-length debut, Going Places.
“Every Move” compels with its hypnotic bass movement and debonair vocal movements, accompanied with a lush synth backing and chirp-y sporadic movements. A spacey, emotive bridge — “you’re so smooth when I’m grooving,” — diversifies enjoyably, building with bass-led charisma into the initial sequence. “Every Move” is a replay-inducing success from Bliss Nova.
This and other tracks featured this month can be streamed on the updating Obscure Sound’s ‘Best of October 2023’ Spotify playlist.