Soundtracked – August 21st

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).

*FEATURE TRACK*: All on Black – Little Grim

Funky melody with bursts of heavy riffs, contrasted by smooth vocals. FFO: Foals, Wolf Alice

Feature photo credit: Hannah Ellison

Unamerican Dream – HOAX

Soulful vocals, funky guitar licks, and sweet hints of synth. FFO: Still Woozy, Boy Pablo

To the Limit – Harry Nathan

80’s drizzled lo-fi pop with disco beats and groovy synth. FFO: Tame Impala, The 1975

Kiss – LUVIA

Shining vocals backed by a soft melody and falling piano notes. FFO: Jorja Smith, Paloma Faith

This Town – Third Connection

Distorted riffs wind round a face-melting chorus packed with grit and energy. FFO: The Blinders, Arctic Monkeys

Christine – sleepyhead

Sweet dream-pop with a tumbling melody and a cloud-like atmosphere. FFO: Wallows

Differently – ALA.NI

Powerful soul pop with hints of funk and an old-skool feel. FFO:

Oakland – Shangri-LA Kids

Floaty pop with breezy vocals and bursts of colourful riffs. FFO: Tame Impala, Foals

A.M hours – baby back then

Lo-fi vocals placed against a drizzling melody, paired with serene guitar notes. FFO: Clairo

I Can’t Tell – Laughed the Boy

Spaced out synth and twirling guitar riffs, backed by a bubbling groove. FFO: Still Woozy, Tame Impala

Lullaby – Riley and the Roxies

Energetic summery rock with lo-fi vocals and a racing melody. FFO: The Strokes, Circa Waves

Fantasma IV – Stevie Zita

Funky disco track with swirling synth and hazy vocals. FFO: Ariel Pink, Deerhunter

At Home – Seth in Sweden

Short but sweet, honey-coated indie pop with a twinkling melody, overlayed with delicate vocals. FFO: The Velvet Underground, Rex OC

When We’re Older – Johnathon McCombe

Sunny indie rock with mellow riffs and an old skool touch. FFO: Mac Demarco, The Lemon Twigs

Passin’ By – Johnathon McCombe

Chilled out indie pop with cloudy vocals and a haze-filled melody. FFO: Mac Demarco, The Lemon Twigs

WIMPY – SUNFACE

Feel-good indie rock with low-fi vocals and lyrics surrounding embracing vulnerability. FFO: JAWS, Mac Demarco

Chuchi – wwoman

Synthy pop with 80’s disco flavours and glossy vocals. FFO: Clairo, Gus Dapperton

Dopamine – Jill Blutt

Hazy pop with a sleepy melody and smooth beats. FFO: Clairo, Billie Eilish

Listen to the playlist here:

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