New Releases Track Reviews

Soundtracked – February 2nd

16 songs we've loved this week.

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).

Under – golda

Flickering beats layered with starry vocals and sparkling instrumentation. FFO: Georgia

Spallumcheen – Post Modern Connection

Hazy pop with rolling instrumentals and rich vocals. FFO: Omar Apollo

Total Vanity! – Sheafs

Snappy, bright, and fiery – filled with gritty vocals and turbulent riffs. FFO: Idles

Psychic Vampires – Skuff Micksun and TyC

Slick, summery melody topped with flowing vocals and rising synth. FFO: The Weeknd

Ordinary – Mount Sharp

Spirited guitars contrasted with mellow vocals and muted verses. FFO: Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Feelings – SALR

Delicate electro-pop with smooth harmonies and breezy instrumentation. FFO: The 1975

Can I Stay Here Forever – Marsicans

Anthemic choruses and big riffs, packed with a summery festival feel. FFO: Circa Waves

Raw Stuff – Didirri

Heartfelt piano-heavy track with authentic vocals and lovestruck lyricism. FFO: Lewis Capaldi

Finish Line – Rowan

Modest indie rock with tender riffs and soft-hued piano notes. FFO: The Night Café

Fake News – Cross Culture

Fiery hip-hop with cool funk influences, flowing with smooth basslines and sweet brass solos. FFO: Tank and the Bangas

Highlights – Flawes

Mellow indie pop with silvery instrumental and subtle riffs. FFO: The Night Cafe

Someone Else – Bench Warmer

Lo-fi bedroom pop with dulcet guitars and airy vocals. FFO: Boy Pablo

Rabbit Hole – Jaguar Jonze

Bright vocals with catchy lyrics and reverberating riffs. FFO: Black Honey

Chuck – Griffith James

Finespun instrumentals with whispering vocals and sincere lyricism. FFO: Leo Stannard

Fade to Blue – Mercury Smith

Surf rock with a summery touch, filled with echoing vocals and sweet guitars. FFO: Hockey Dad

Back Again So Soon – Jakob Leventhal

Sparkling instrumentals layered with serene vocals and tranquil guitars. FFO: Yellow Days

Listen to the playlist here:

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