“You in education” by The Curious Incident

UK based indie artist The Curious Incident comes to Wolf in a suit with a fresh sound that blends pop, rock and the Caribbean to deliver a unique gem in “You in education”. With this playful yet very mature and honest soundscape he speaks up and invites us all to listen and carefully pay attention as the verses come together to tell us something. The track flows with ease and in such a natural manner that is quite easy to connect with and not only enjoy a hell of a melodic ride but learn a thing or two along the way. There’s no denying that this track is bound to hook you in a catch you off guard as it becomes a must listen in the music scene. Enjoy!

“This song is inspired by cult classic films like the Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. In contrast to the fun upbeat music you could also hear a more cynical undertone in that the youth in this track are disenchanted with their school system, they feel ignored and so it’s a tongue-in-cheek criticism of authoritarianism.” – The Curious Incident


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