Next Friday, Natural Light by Leeds indie rock group Track and Field will be released.
The first track of the album is Part Of Me. It begins with a rather appeasing tone and feel. However, it begins to hype up nearly two minutes in, with more use of electric guitar, all while keeping the same tone as before. It’s a very easy-listening track, and just what you’d expect from indie rock. But indie rock is great, so that’s a compliment.
Simple Life is available on Youtube if you’re interested in listening to an example of what this has album has, and a great example at that.
Drown is also available to listen to if you’re once again curious, and it gives you an idea on what this album has instore. Just like with Part Of Me, this track also carries a calm and harmonious feel. Obviously, it’s not exactly the same as the before. Also, with this track in particular, there’s an especially good use of bass chords and the vocals are more clearer this time round. It’s pretty easy to see why this track was chosen to be among the first to be released.
Horizons takes more of a faster and upbeat route, and goes right ahead with a brisk beat and melody. The absolute best part of the track is the chorus, as it’ll instantly get your foot tapping or your head nodding. While the verses are also superb with good use of lyrics, it’s the chorus that really makes the track. When the album comes out, make sure to look out and listen to this one particularly, that’s how good it is.
Ashes tells a great story with its lyrics on wanting to turn back time to particular moments. For example, “To just moments before we left that dream behind”. There’s also a nice instrumental moment at one point, before jumping into the bridge of the track. It’s both of these factors that make this track great.
So, if you’re hoping to discover some more indie rock out there, we’d recommend giving Natural Light a listen, as it may just be right up your street.