By Kieran Webber

The four piece hailing out of Jakarta, Indonesia are an unlikely match. The band consists of two musicians, a business consultant and a intellectual property/tech lawyer. However, after some jam sessions it was clear there was a bond between them all. The music came naturally and now the band have shared their second single ‘Oceanview’, taken from the forthcoming EP.

The latest release explores the feeling of isolation and the difficulties of finding love during this time of uncertainty. This emotive track is delivered in a soft, and encompassing soundscape. Subtle strikes of the guitar float in the backdrop whilst the vocals sway like an ocean breeze. This all culminates towards an energetic end with cascading guitars and riotius percussion. It’s clear to see that sonically the band take influence from the likes of Pink Floyd and Interpol.

Listen to ‘Oceanview’ here: