The Factory Share Modern Pop Anthem 'Too Close To Get Closer'



Norwegian pop four-piece The Factory make their stylish return with pop anthem ‘Too Close to Get Closer’ out November 8th.

With modern beats, funky guitars and catchy melodies all wrapped together in a contemporary sound, the collective pull inspiration from the likes of Maroon 5, Red Hot Chili Peppers, DNCE and Bruno Mars.

The Factory started out when the members were no more than ten years old. Since then they’ve gone from writing terrible rock songs about boring teenage problems to becoming a band that writes and produces modern pop music with influences from Hip-Hop and RnB.

For several years the members have been living together in the same apartment with the same goal; making world class songs. Laughter, tears, joy, sorrow, excitement, frustration, and last but not least, thousands of hours of songwriting, jamming and producing have become the lives of these four childhood friends from Norway.

When asked about the track, The Factory said: “We wrote a feel-good song about a feel-bad theme; being desperately in love with your friend.”

‘Too Close to Get Closer’ will be available to download on all streaming platforms November 8th.

Source Burstimo

October 18, 2019 12:12pm ET by Burstimo  

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