With elements reminiscent of icons like Massive Attack from the 90s and current greats like London Grammar, BRVT cannot be pinned down to any period.
“Vague” by BRVT could be about a quiet girl next door who shyly comes to borrow an egg and turns out to be so charming that you spontaneously invite her to stay for dinner, after which the evening ends in an unprecedented dance party or whatever your imagination is telling you right now.
That’s what the music makes you believe with the timid piano and the almost tender vocals that culminate in a rhythm that doesn’t allow you to sit still.
A glance at the lyrics shows that all is not so rosy. It is not entirely clear whether it is about a short-lived or a long-lasting relationship that is on its last legs, but there is no doubt that it is not going to last.
The song itself may be more timeless than the relationship it sings about. With elements reminiscent of icons like Massive Attack from the 90s and current greats like London Grammar, BRVT cannot be pinned down to a period, and that always delights our ears.