Meet a project that seamlessly blends indie rock with alternative pop, demanding your attention from the first note. In the pulsating realm of “Dumb” by I Don’t Speak French, music transcends boundaries, delivering a sound that is both retro and modern. The track’s swift and direct progression, punctuated by infectious refrains, paints a vivid picture of a melodic apocalypse—catchy, energetic, and irresistibly memorable.
“Dumb” is a sonic rollercoaster, an amalgamation of I Don’t Speak French’s easy-going pop-driven indie roots with the raw energy of rock and punk influences. The track unfolds like a four-on-the-floor feet-stomping indie rock anthem, concealing an apocalyptic message beneath its surface. With a vibe that strikes a perfect balance between retro and modern, the song propels the listener into a whirlwind of emotions, creating a sense of urgency and exhilaration. The rapid arrival of the chorus, accompanied by impactful “Dumb du de duummmb” moments, elevates the track to new heights, making it a standout in the indie music landscape. “Dumb” is by every means an explosive journey that demands to be experienced.
I Don’t Speak French, led by producer and multi-instrumentalist Håkan Persson, has recently returned after the release of their sophomore album “BOB” in collaboration with New York-based label Anti-fragile. Their music has garnered support from major editorials, and beyond their success on streaming platforms, I Don’t Speak French has left a mark on the visual realm, with their track “One For The Team” featured in Apple TV+’s “The Servant” and the breakthrough hit “Blow The Speakers Up” became the anthem for Samsung’s flagship phone, the “Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra”. The band’s unique blend of indie rock and pop has solidified their presence in the music scene.