Welcome to another edition of New Music Fridays! As summer starts to hit us, we’ve gone for more of a festival vibe on this week’s NMF, full of warm sounds, beautiful vocals and raucous rock spread over 4 tracks. Click the pics for a listen.
SunDog – Better Days
Female-fronted indie rockers SunDog thrive on catchy riffs and infectious melodies. Starting slow and steady, Better Days then hits like a freight train before settling down into fuzzy guitars powerful vocals and a strong flow. One of those songs to play while you’re driving in the sun on a long and empty road with the wind in your hair.
Luna Blue – Domestic Alligator
Full of summery indie-rock guitars and attitude, Luna Blue’s Domestic Alligator will get you ready for any upcoming festivals in style. With a vibrant flow and stomping chorus, you can almost taste that warm beer and feel the inevitable sunburn that will be happening as you stand in a field listening to your favourite bands. A proper feel-good track.
Evi Bosman – I’ll Be Right Here
Evi’s third single I’ll Be Right Here really pulls on the heartstrings. Beautifully solitary yet full of warmth and drive at the right time, intricate layers are built as Evi’s luminous vocals create a haunting atmosphere that is impossible to resist. The chorus then comes alive in a level of skill that depicts an artist that’s been in the industry for years. A sublime listen.
Kid Kapichi – Rob the Supermarket
About a tearaway forced into a tight spot and taking matters into their own hands, Rob the Supermarket is a blistering indie-punk anthem. Equal parts Kasabian and Idles, it has the swagger of both and intensity all of its own. It has this underbelly of menace and guile as it slides forward effortlessly against playful guitars and powerful lyrics. Listen, enjoy and rock out.
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