In keeping with my theme of trying to simplify things here, I present to you this new single called “Friday Afternoon” from Buffalo, NY based The Tins. It’s a simple pop number with a very repetitive feel and a bit of meandering guitar throughout the track. The chorus here also drops in nicely to break up the melodic acoustic guitar bits driving the song. Easy to like.
This new single can be purchased on iTunes or Spotify now.
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It doesn’t take too much to get me hooked on indie pop; I like casual melodies and simple hooks. When I got this new track from The Tins, I definitely got that anxious indie pop feeling…somewhere between The Shins and Avi Buffalo. It’s perfect tunes to give you that longing feeling as you look out your window onto a bright sunny day. This is from their Life’s a Gas album, and it’s really got me in the mood to get outside and play. There’s an innocence throughout the album that’s refreshing, and honestly, it’s sort of like when the Shins changed my life.
Download: The Tins – Whiteout [MP3]