Los Angeles-based alternative pop outfit, FUTURE FEATS, returned with a dazzling sophomore track entitled “Same Mistakes” today. The band set the bar high with the release of their debut single “Cities Of Wonder” last year and, on “Same Mistakes”, they’ve managed to exceed expectations with a track that will surely please the band’s ever-growing fanbase that has been clamoring for new music since first laying ears on “Cities Of Wonder”. From the moment the drums sequencing and vintage synths kick in on “Same Mistakes”, listeners are treated to an indie pop anthem that calls to mind the New Wave classics that are staples of all our record collections while simultaneously coming across as contemporary and innovative. You can listen to the track now on Soundcloud or Stream it here.
Quote from Josh about “Same Mistakes”:
“‘Same Mistakes’ is a song that took a very long time to get right. I suppose that’s the one thing I value most about it, meaning, I find the amount of actual mistakes it took to finally finish it somewhat redeeming. It’s a song about a lot of bad decisions and even worse behavior that landed me in a hospital bed en route to a comfy jail cell. It’s everything that I no longer strive to be, yet the memory of that night will forever yield a scar for me to remember it by.”
Future Feats is a Los Angeles based alternative pop band led by a manic singer-songwriter who goes by the name Josh. A series of impactful life events led him to a much needed trip of self-actualization. These events proved to be a catalyst, enabling true inspiration for creating music that would be released as FUTURE FEATS. FUTURE FEATS is an unapologetically sincere approach to Josh’s narrative. It details his journey of learning to let go of the pitfalls and pressures that trapped him within a feeling of impossibility, from struggles with substance abuse, to falling in love at a Hollywood house party, to deceit that ended in heartbreaking divorce. Soon after moving to Los Angeles to focus on FUTURE FEATS’ debut album, Josh met integral collaborator/producer, Justin Warfield. Together they forged a creative bond that would ultimately become an honest representation of Josh’s turbulent life.
The band just wrapped up a run with The Wombats and will be heading out on tour this March with Public Access TV and Soft White Sixties. From there the band will be right back on the road in April with Matt & Kim and Tokyo Police Club. Full dates are provided below and tickets are available here.