One of our favourites this week is a gorgeous synth-pop effort from Oregon-based foursome Flor. A little HelloGoodbye in places but, you know, actually decent, Unsaid is a dreamy, romantic track that sends you on a journey from start to finish. It’s got this very nostalgic GTA: Vice City vibe, which is a strange kind of compliment, but one nonetheless.
FOALS | MOUNTAIN AT MY GATES
The second cut to be taken from their new album, Mountain At My Gates is an exhilarating track that showcases the slightly poppier side of the indie group. Packed with dynamic riffs and a killer hook, Foals are 2 for 2 with songs from their latest album.
MIYNT | CIVIL WAR
Self-written and self-produced, MIYNT’s latest effort shows off what an incredible talent we have on our hands. Civil War is a killer track filled with brooding synths and glittering flourishes here and there that instantly feels reminiscent of MØ. This is the dream-pop genre at its very best.
SYZMON | MEDUSA
A hugely promising singer/songwriter, Symon Borestowski’s story is a tragic one. After battling with depression for years, the 23-year-old took his own life back in 2012. His family and friends grouped together to finish his debut album, which will finally see a release next month. Upbeat art-pop track Medusa showcases what a talent the genre lost with his passing, and will go someway to establishing his legacy for years to come.
LOWELL | I LOVE YOU MONEY
One of the more radio-friendly tracks to feature on this week’s NOISE BOX is I Love You Money. It’s a gloriously unapologetically pop track with an undeniable hook, a smattering of joyous handclaps and just about enough of an indie edge to warrant a look in