After releasing their brilliant track 'I Hate The Sun' earlier last month, British rock newcomers Indigo Lo now look to cement themselves as one of the country's next big outfits with the unveiling of their latest cut 'White Noise Pollution', which we are bringing to you first.
Produced by Matt Jones alongside mixer Tom Dalgety at the band's recent recording sessions, 'White Noise Pollution' manages to capture the raw intensity that the band have been praised for at a number of recent live shows. With its blistering pace and anthemic riffs, this new release sees them come out of their shell even more and deliver a truly raucous experience from start to finish.
Frontman and songwriter Joe Grimshaw offers some insight into the track, saying "‘White Noise Pollution’ is about control had by whoever’s at the top; looking at the impact that their decisions have on lives on a more personal level. I guess whatever was going on at the time made me feel the need to write it, and everyone was feeling weird around that point in autumn 2015. It was only when sh*t started to get even more real a couple of months after, that the song became more pertinent. It came to life when working on it with (producer) Matt, and he really gave it that sense of grandeur."
The band will be performing in support of Kingswood at London's Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen on the 25th October to officially debut the new track, as well as making an appearance on the 28th October at Exeter's Cavern. Have a listen to an exclusive first play of 'White Noise Pollution' in the player below.