A Nice Bit of IndieCore - 4/5
The first thing that pops into my head is - what is IndieCore? I have no idea, and neither does Wikipedia, the largest internet encyclopaedia in the world.
But that shouldn't be taken into consideration, amongst all the other fanatics frantically waving their arms and saying how the end of the world in nigh, because if that is the case - they haven't heard how wonderfully happy and rather enchanting indie single. Oddly enough, I cannot think of any music to influence the Bridgwater trio, giving them the building block to stand onto to announce their original sound from Ethan Proctor's sweet sounding guitar andworks effectively with his vocals, as well as wonderful bass countermelodies of
Henry Mattews that smoothly combine with John Lane's rather simplistic drumming that helps welds everything together. The music video that accompanies the single is not the most amazing thing I've seen - to be honest- but even so, its hows the band members having quite a good time playing in a wood with bassist Henry Matthews chanting the catchy cliché of "Whoa, oh oh", but it still gets the listener to dance, and I can't dance to save my life.