Emerging European indie pop five-piece Papyllon illustrate a polished production in their ambitious latest release All The Time. Lyrically, the track explores the human psyche and basic needs in modern society. Musically, it hugs onto a groove that will dance its way into next decade (which isn’t far away I guess). Energised and showing listeners who’s boss, the pop atmosphere is fresh and hip. All The Time is about being lost, numb and learning to cope with that in the long run of things. They say the hardest step to recovery is actually admitting the problem in the first place and the way Papyllon portray this is empowering.
Instead of running away over the hurdles to come, the song showcases to stay in the present moment and listen to your inner guidance. With a danceable nature, the chorus screams with a funk like Nile Rogers aura. Synth-heavy in the instrumentation, the memorable performance shines in an indie electronica. Captivating and easily one of the band’s strongest tracks to date, Papyllon are ready for the big time.