Llovers release new infectiously indie single.
Around the turn of the decade, there were a wave of indie outfits in the same vein as Two Door Cinema Club, Little Comets and The Hoosiers. Since then, things have changed quite significantly and the jangly type of indie is a lot less prevalent.
Llovers wants to change that, with new single I Don’t Mind putting the outfit in good stead to do so. Having already secured valuable interest from tastemakers and audiences, particularly by touring alongside the aforementioned Little Comets, the single is the perfect indie-pop gem to maintain momentum.
The band’s infectious blend of alt-pop truly comes to the fore on the release, showcasing the exquisite harmonies and dreamy guitar work that’s already lead to comparisons to acts including JAWS, Peace and The 1975.
It’s interesting to note though that the single as a whole sounds worlds apart from any of them. For example, a gentle yet mildly raspy vocal creates an earthy rawness that textures the otherwise smooth and dreamlike experience, while still harnessing song structures and deliveries that prevent any musical jarring.