Indie Wednesday: Volume One

Posted by Greg on Apr 25, 2018 in Music |

While Americana and roots-rock remain our bread-and-butter we do like diving into the waters of indie-rock. So today’s feature is devoted to three outfits making some noise that we think are worth a deeper dive.

San Francisco’s Pllush are poised to release their debut album Stranger to Pain on June 8. They’ve already released the first single “Shannon” and are now readying the release of their latest single “Ortega.” Written by vocalist Eva Treadway, the song tackles adolescence, adulthood and the many fine lines in between. For us, it’s a nice paean to stoner grunge and the kind of thing to wake up a dreary week. Dig in below.

Montreal synth-psych outfit Sea Moya have released the song “New Past, a time-traveling love song that’s as ingenue as its arc suggests. The band recently appeared on Maribou State’s Radio Drama program and offered insight into their off-kilter approach to making synth-psych.
The song, which we can’t seem to stop listening to, is below.

Arguably our favorite of the bunch is Nora Karlsson, a Stockholm-based singer-songwriter who performs under the name Boys. Her debut album Rest in Peace is due out May 11 on PNKSLM (Punk Slime) Recordings. Her single “Hemtjansten” debuted at the Line of Best Fit and just might be one of the coolest songs we’ve heard this year.


Copyright © 2020 Step Inside This House All rights reserved. Theme by Laptop Geek.