Unwed Sailor - Indian ocean
I’ve been pretty geeked by the recent return of one of my favorite post-rock bands, Unwed Sailor. This time they’re sharing the third single , “Indian Ocean” from their upcoming release, Heavy Age.
The blend between the guitar melodies and synths in this song are quite heavenly, playing off one another in a light but enjoyable manner. There’s a hopeful sound and atmosphere going on within this song - maybe it’s the echoed melodies of the guitar or the playful rhythms coming from the drums. Either way, I was immediately hooked and felt like this was a great song to enjoy on a lazy afternoon, one that compliments my current surroundings of Spring in Norway.
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