Boys Forever’s “Voice In My Head” Is The Catchy Garage-Pop Tune You Need To Soundtrack This Summer

The London artist premieres a sun-kissed video and announces his debut album.

June 15, 2016

Following this spring’s debut single “Poisonous,” London artist Boys Forever (aka Patrick Doyle) returns with one of the most perfectly-crafted garage pop songs of the summer. Previously, Doyle was a member of U.K. indie band Veronica Falls, who put out a couple of great albums in the early 2010s, and his new single “Voice In My Head” showcases the same ear for melody, pairing it with the uncertain energy and rush of a new start.

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"The song’s about being more decisive and trying to stick to your decisions,” Doyle told The FADER via phone. "I wrote the song around January 2015 — I’d left Veronica Falls, and I was just starting to write music again, without having to take the songs to a group. So learning to write again in a different way, and finding confidence in that."

Watch the cute, candid L.A.-shot video above. Boys Forever's self-titled debut album is due August 5 via Amour Foo. Pre-order here.

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