Soundtracked – November 10th

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 weekly).

*TRACK OF THE WEEK*: Blush – Love, Sophie

Floaty pop with breezy vocals and a rippling melody. FFO: Clairo

Calypso – Soul Push

Funky bass layered over soulful synth and glistening vocals. FFO: Passion Pit

waste my day – birdtunes

Delicate vocals paired with tender guitar notes, finished with a lo-fi glaze. FFO: Temporex

High School – Chloe Lilac

Addictive pop with sparkling harmonies and colourful synth. FFO: mxmtoon

Vicious Animals – Visc

Smooth hooks ascend into heavy riffs, before lulling back into soft instrumentals. FFO: AWOLNATION

Trophy – Sleepy Soul

Cozy electro-pop filled with hints of funk and soul. FFO: Banes World

Number 1 – courtship

Groove-laced guitar blanketed with light vocals and airy harmonies. FFO: Vansire

Marathon – Quality Living

Sunny melody placed under mellow vocals, sweet saxophone and glittering riffs. FFO: Boy Pablo

i still remember (siempre) – brother sports

Reverb-heavy guitar mixed with hazy vocals and bright, surf-rock vibes. FFO: Mac Demarco

Sisters – Ben Shaw

Heartfelt indie rock with uncut vocals and warm harmonies. FFO: Tom Walker

Wasting My Love – Jake Isaac

Power driven vocals held over a thumping beat and a broad melody. FFO: Tom Grennan

Rabbit God – Vern Matz

Melancholic track packed with airy vocals, somber guitar notes and gently flowing harmonies. FFO: Frankie Cosmos

Sinking State – Midcentury

Twinkling bass line dances over polished harmonies and groovy guitar riffs. FFO: Tame Impala

Time Moves Slow – rX Soul

Soulful vocals meet gliding guitar and a finespun melody. FFO: The Japanese House

4Tounce – Johnny Utah

Laidback pop with relaxed vocals and sunlit riffs. FFO: Gus Dapperton

That’s How You Want It To Be – Port Royal

Energetic rock with spirited vocals, blazing guitar, and a 70’s touch.

Listen to the playlist here:

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