The Irish indie quartet Young Earth have recently revealed the single Worth It.
Worth It trots around the room in bright bouncing fizzy beat. The clean cut of the cloth rather than sounding anodyne is flecked with intriguing twists and turns as Young Earth beckon the listener to join them on the dance-floor in a catchy number that demonstrates music doesn’t have to be complex to leave the audience full of the joys of spring and one to add to the party playlist.
The quartet have spent their time, not in trying to create a new space, rather to be very good at what they do and I wish them every continued success.
A five track release (available on bandcamp) in which The Nightmare Police deliver both punchy indie-rock and emo infused contemplatives. Whilst ground that has been much trodden, nonetheless, the trio are able to offer a refreshing take providing the listener with roughly fourteen minutes of enjoyable songs that isn’t time wasted to get to know.
The closing track Where Were You is a fine display in which the trio are able to vary tempo and temper with clean and energised drum-kit surrounded by a hustling bass and guitar which is given space to deliver expressive rips and roars with vocal merging in to the overall composition.
The English indie rock band The Luka State released their latest single earlier in the month.
The Luka State – Bring This All Together – artwork
Bring This All Together has a lighter texture than much of their previous material with an indie dance temperament, which they deliver with their to be expected flourish of percussion that beats through the speakers.
The English indie band Dantevilles released a new single earlier this month.
Dantevilles – Graffiti – artwork
Lasting less than three minutes, Graffiti, has a sprightly step that springs the listener on to their toes to weave through the room as the popping guitar flashes through the speakers, whilst a precise drum beats double time giving the track its effervescence.
Sugarmen, an English Indie quartet, are currently finalising details for an LP.
With a more trippy psychedelic mood than much of their previously featured material. SOLD also combines a merseybeat flavouring, giving the track an analogue retro-feel in which the listener can stare at the ceiling contentedly with glazed eyes.