This Feeling

Sunday, September 10, 2017

New tracks coming up from Down Under




Little Indie casts its ears and eyes over more of the latest sounds to emerge recently from Down Under.



THE PEPPERMINT CLUB - WARM AGAIN

First new material from Perth indie dreampop quartet in a while, and taken from their debut album to be released later this year. Frontman Chris Chen describes it as “a song about the contrasts of love; the joy and happiness found in being with someone special and then the heart-wrenching pain of separation and longing for older days. It’s quite a personal one for me and one of my favourite tracks I have written."




PLATONIC CARROT - EVERYONE'S GAY

Wry indie pop-punk from the Sydney-based Carrot, who say: "We wanted to write a song that was so happy, so queer, so fun & so lame that people from all persuasions would call it Gay. Feel free to say 'that song's so gay."




FLOWERMOUTH - SEROTONIN

Latest from the Perth grunge-punk rock band, released last week on Last Ride Records. Their first new work in two years, the four-piece take four minutes to lift the mood here.




WALLACE - BLACK LAKE

Lead cut from her debut EP 'Pole To Pole', out October 13, Sydney-based New Zealander Wallace Gollan is back with this Joel Quartermain (Eskimo Joe) co-written, future-soul number, with an intoxicating marimba melodic riff, live drums and soaring strings, and her smooth and sultry vocal.




OVER UNDER - PARADISE BOUND

The Sydney four-piece follow 'The French Comeup' from earlier in the year, with more indie surf-dreampop.




HANDKERCHIEF THIEF - SALTED SKIN

Debut single from Melbourne artist Sam McLaren's, aka Handkerchief Thief (from his forthcoming EP, 'Hunting For Hummingbirds', out before end of year), is a mix of electro-folk, combining an ethereal production with ambient guitars and deep synth bass.


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