TUNE Fortnight In Florida - You Know What You're Doing
Fortnight in Florida’s pop sensibilities is on full display in ‘You Know What You’re Doing’. Palm muted guitars and floaty synths are reminiscent of 80’s dream-pop pioneers such as the Cocteau Twins and Hall & Oates. The original four-chord sequence that became the basis of the song was actually written by a dear dear friend of the band Edward Downham in an East-end flat adjoining Victoria Park and it’s just the sort of sound you’d be likely to hear at around 6 pm on a hazy August evening at All Points East. Recorded at Rockfield Studios under the watchful eye of engineer and producer Laurence ‘Loz’ Anslow, ‘You Know What You’re Doing’ is the fifth single to be released from Fortnight in Florida’s debut album ‘In-flight Entertainment’.