Soundtracked – July 24th

Here are some of the recent song releases we’ve been enjoying at LDOI. All songs featured can be found in the Spotify playlist linked at the bottom of the page (updated bi-weekly).

They say the Devil wears Prada – Alpaca Factory

Charming indie rock packed with energetic riffs and authentic lyrics. FFO: Arctic Monkeys, The Strokes

U – Akande

Groovy electro beat with with polished vocals and sleek guitar riffs. FFO: Temporex, Inner Wave, Michael Seyer

Mezcal – xOxfordx

Powerful synth pop hooks with reverberating bass and dynamic vocals. FFO: Lorde, Florence and the Machine

Raindrops – ojthiswasyou

Drizzly indie pop with smooth vocals and a gentle lo-fi melody. FFO: Frank Ocean, Steve Lacy, Childish Gambino

Window Shades – Sorrel

Melancholic indie with an optimistic outlook, paired with hazy vocals and a laid-back melody. FFO: Rex Orange County, Gus Dapperton

I Want You To Feel – Nicobe

Sweet indie pop with slick guitar riffs and mellow vocals. FFO: Boy Pablo, Jimi Somewhere, Steve Lacy

Running – Atlas Engine

Delightful pop hooks with eclectic riffs and sweet-sounding synth. FFO: Foals, Sundara Karma

IDC – Mantra Love

Fuzzy lo-fi vocals with nifty riffs and a chilled out melody. FFO: Mac Demarco, The Garden, Tame Impala

Believe Me – M60

Rising riffs and raw vocals, with an stirring build up into the final chorus – anthem-ready indie rock. FFO: Catfish and the Bottlemen, Little Comets

Tall Homes – Rivet City

Mellow, 90s inspired, indie rock with raw vocals and sweet guitar riffs. FFO: Cast, The La’s

Tracey – Fault Lines

Cheeky indie rock with ice-cool riffs and a summery edge, perfect for festival days. FFO: Circa Waves, Vistas

Tracks – Russian Baths

Ethereal indie pop with a touch of gloominess, a kaleidoscope of sounds. FFO: Tame Impala, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard

digital – DEYO

Groovy riffs, glossy vocals, and a toe-tapping beat – ‘digital’ is the perfect dance-pop summer song. FFO: Bad Sounds, The Magic Gang

The Lie – Trapdoor Social

Smooth pop-hooks mixed with rocky guitar riffs makes for sugar-sweet indie rock. FFO: The 1975, Pale Waves

Yellow Dandelion – Joe Armon Jones ft Georgia Mudlow

Gorgeous, soulful funk, with a touch of groove, and luscious vocals, backed by a smooth hip-hop beat. FFO: Ezra Collective, Nubya Garcia

i don’t know if i ever wanna go back home – Philip Brooks

Gentle indie pop with a funky beat and slick synth, and cool guitar riffs. FFO: Jimi Somewhere, Vansire

3AM – Third Connection

Energetic indie rock with commanding vocals and a rocketing melody. FFO: Twin Atlantic, Vistas

Dac McMicken – Goodfight

Lo-fi, summery indie pop with hazy vocals and a lush guitar melody. FFO: Mac Demarco, Yellow Days

Up In Silver Lake – A.M. Sam

Sunny pop with a Western groove and mellow guitar, mixed with light vocal harmonies. FFO: Mac Demarco, King Krule

Listen to the songs above here:

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