Soundtracked – Aug 30th

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*: Liar, Liar, Liar – St Francis Hotel (ft Gaz Coombes)

An infectious bassline descends into a slick rock groove packed with glossy riffs and smoothed out harmonies. FFO: Supergrass

The Heat – Picsel

Slicing riffs and power-filled drums accelerate high before slowing into a gentler outro. FFO: The Blinders

Good Lookin – The Criticals

Growling bass lines, roaring guitar and explosive drums topped with energetic vocals. FFO: The Blinders, The Strokes

Easy – VIVE

Storming rock track brimming with fiery riffs and pounding drums. FFO: The Amazons

Unsung Melodies – Melt Mars

Fuzz-filled vocals laid over dulcet guitar tones, with hits of wah-wah grooviness. FFO: Mac Demarco, Yellow Days

Trouble Everyday – She Drew The Gun

Assertive indie rock strewn with a powerful message, based on the 1965 version written by Frank Zappa. FFO: Slaves, Dream Wife

Time To Forget – Pacific

Feel-good indie rock with anthemic choruses and a rising melody. FFO: Blossoms, Circa Waves

Mr Jones Says.. – WeatheredMan and The Noise

Refined indie rock bursting with charged up guitar riffs and an energized melody. FFO: The Black Keys, Black Pistol Fire

To You, For Her – Jordan Lindley

Mellow guitar hooks and soft vocals twirl together to form a gentle indie pop track. FFO: OneRepublic

Legs Out For Summer – Animal House

Ricocheting indie rock with bouncing riffs and relentless drums. FFO: The Magic Gang, FEET

Do You Ever Feel This Way? – Blain Cunneen

Spaced-out pop hooks with a touch of fuzz, layered with cloudy vocals and rich harmonies. FFO: Vansire, Good Morning

Just Fine – Mico

Funky guitar licks and refined vocals blend together to craft a sweetened lo-fi pop song. FFO: Gus Dapperton, Temporex

Shoot Me With Your Kamera – Scratch Buffalo

Driving riffs and turbulent drums packed tightly into an energetic indie rock track. FFO: Slaves, The Chats

Listen to the playlist here:

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