Credit: Emily Jane Nolan
Words: Ellie Ward
The new single from indie psych-blues four-piece Endless Peaks, 'Open', is their fourth release since last July - and possibly their best yet.
Released yesterday (June 5), ‘Open’, the Bournemouth-based band told Little Indie, is about "expectations, being content with a situation for it to be suddenly turned upside down by someone. The song reflects on having to deal with a change in lifestyle only to realise that you’re actually better off because of the shift in circumstances."
The opening to 'Open' is a nice combination of dreamy synth work from Connor Dean and guitar and bass notes from Luis Allen, helmed by the vocals of Luis' guitarist brother Lloyd, before it moves up a pace as it soars towards its more psych driven end with some meaty drums, courtesy of Chanelle Smith.
Endless Peaks play The Anvil, Bournemouth on June 10.