Surrey-based Penny Betts offer up a smooth blend of indie-pop and sixties-style songwriting. A four-piece inspired by bands stretching as far back as Cream and Pink Floyd as much as modern influences like The Arctic Monkeys and Tame Impala, there are head nods to many in their music. The band spoke with The Fountain about their release in more depth as well as their plans for 2020.

TF: You have a new single out, what reception have you had thus far?

The reception has been humbling, and it makes us excited to keep on releasing new music. 

TF: How would you sum up Lights in one sentence?

Lights! is a song designed to get you moving and grooving, it’s a new direction we hope to explore further in the future. 

TF: Will you be performing the track live anytime soon, it would be great to hear it in that format?

We will be performing it at The Hope & Ruin in Brighton on the 2nd of March. 

TF: What is your plan for the remainder of the year, some more single releases, an EP?

We’ve not new songs constantly ready to go, an EP and more singles are a definite!