The rising queer dance-pop act BIPHONY is a duo we need to have on our radars quick smart. The dance-pop outfit’s debut single, “Look at Me Now,” went off in a big way when released in 2021. As well as being playlisted on several well-known radio stations across the UK and the USA. “Look at Me Now” peaked at #23 on the iTunes Main Chart and #9 on the iTunes Dance Chart. A feat such as this on their debut release only confirms the realness of BIPHONY’s potential. The prospect namely, is, reaping even more future success.
The duos profile looks ready to grow further with the launch of their new stomper, “Gemini” (lifted off their EP of the same name). Our readers are getting their first listen to the track here with us today on EQ Music Blog. We’ve been given exclusive early access. My first listen to “Gemini” gave me the strong impression Samuel and Brandon of the duo will undoubtedly have another instant hit on their hands with this song.
Without a doubt, what I can tell our readers about “Gemini” is that the track is built around one heck of an inescapably infectious hook. That I guarantee as soon as listeners are seconds deep into this song. This alone will be enough to convince sceptics and cynics they are not an average dance-pop duo.
Explaining the track, BIPHONY says, “Gemini” was created through a mutual want between us, to create an infectious song. Featuring a bassline to jump to that would stick inside of anyone’s head. The lyrics centre around the push and pull motions of relationships. And the addiction to affection, regardless of the toxicity”.
“The entire song is a metaphor, that refers to the vocalist Samuel’s zodiac sign.”
The music the duo present here could make a corpse get up and move its ass. The new track “Gemini” is a literal dance party, a soon-to-be staple of nightclubs and discos everywhere. BIPHONY’s allure is such they are fast becoming one of the UK’s most exciting new bands.