Swedish outfit drops debut single and it’s a surfer-indie treat.
There’s something instantly likeable about a band that can take a genre like indie and make it sound exciting again. While the idea of surfer-indie seemed to come and go with The Drums’ first album, Delsbo Beach Club‘s debut single All The Way Home shows that there is a lot of life in the genre yet.
WIth vocals deliveries that fall somewhere between Mac DeMarco and Howler, a rhythm guitar straight out of mid-00s indie and an ascending synth run, the track is a chaotic amalgamation of sounds with melodic pop undertones, all loosely held together by a constant bass groove.
This shambolic sense of chaos is what gives the track its charm and energy, making it instantly distinct from the rest of the indie scene. Delsbo Beach Club is onto something good.