Well the day is finally here. We present you all with a new tune from up and comers The Montreals!
Capitalising on the dramatic and catchy strokesesque prowess that the band has become known for in Adelaide, Lo-Fi further demonsrates everything the four-piece are good at. An Avalanches-esque intro leads into a punchy and satisfying song which we know we're going to love the more we listen to.
Complete with tight, gorgeous arpeggiating guitar, brilliant vocals and an addictive chorus, there's not much more could we ask for. This song gives us yet another mouthwatering taste for the Indigo Club EP, which is being released around spring.
To add to all this, after supporting Hey Geronimo last Friday, you can catch these fellas supporting Flamingo on August 13th at Jive. With some big movers and shakers giving these guys the time of day, better jump on board with The Montreals now!
So without further ado, we're super excited to premiere Lo-Fi at the link below:
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