California based indie-pop duo Soft People give off massive retro vibes in their new single “Tender” being released on July 12. In this track, the traditional husband-husband combination of Caleb Nichols and John Metz is met with the impressive drumming of Pat Spurgeon from Rogue Waves creating a timeless song to be enjoyed by all. With a roller-disco type feel this song will have you nodding your head in appreciation of its upbeat yet twisted melody. The angsty lyrics remnant of 80’s powerhouse bands such as The Smiths and The Cure remind listeners how important it is to stay soft in a world where being tough seems to be the only option. “Tender” influences listeners to believe that it’s better to show love every day than to give in to the hard times we are all living in. With creative masterpieces like “Tender” coming onto the scene, it’s hard to be anything but excited for the future of Soft People.

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Caitlyn Champ

Caitlyn Champ

Writer at Imperfect Fifth
Caitlyn is a recent graduate of Central College where she received her bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training with a minor in English. Originally from Kansas City, Missouri she has found a love for traveling and writing through education and opportunity. Starting her freelance career in 2017, Caitlyn has become an avid reader and coffee drinker as she continues to work on her craft of writing.

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