Short, but sweet, Van Houten’s debut drifts between swirling fog and radiant sunshine, layering mellow vocals upon dulcet guitar tones and soft piano, whilst infusing subtle hints of melancholy.
Moving on from their chart-hitting debut, the sophomore record from the Reading four-piece takes their music from radio-friendly festival anthems, to arena filling rock and roll.
After years of anticipation, the Brighton quartet finally released their captivating debut record last September. Perfectly blending indie rock with dreamy pop, the band have created an album full of songs that wouldn’t be out of place in a big screen indie movie. Whilst the normal version of the album contained twelve mostly new tracks, the group... Continue Reading →