Everything you need to know about the pair of multi-instrumentalists writing and producing their own stellar songs ...
Alt-rockers Indigo Lo have spent the year recording material that will make up their debut EP. We’re absolutely buzzing to hear more of their fresh, thumping psych-rock sound. If the new stuff is anything like last year’s debut single “A World That Turns” we’re in for a treat.
The south coast four-piece is made up of Joe (vocals), Chris (Bass), Tom (keys) and Max (drums) and you can see them in London on the 1st of August. Indigo Lo are playing Jigsaw Festival at The Camden Assembly alongside White Fever, Laira and Silverlake.
Grab your free advance tickets to this gig here.
We wanted to know what Joe and the boys listen to in their free time so they’ve kindly shared 8 of their favourite songs with us, complete with the rationale behind each tunes selection’, music videos, and a handy Spotify playlist. Cheers lads! Check it out:
Horse Pills – The Dandy Warhols
13 tales is one of those records I go back to after ages of not hearing it and get reacquainted; it’s like an old friend..
Ode To Viceroy – Mac DeMarco
Dreamy song about Mac’s favourite cigs, you can hear the adoration spill out the speakers.
Human Performance – Parquet Courts
Every time this comes on I never want the verses to end, shout out to the mellotron flutes as well.
Hangover Square – Boy Azooga
I love this record, hard to pick just one song from it to be honest.
Colours To Life – Temples
Love this, dreamy wall of sound vibes. Can’t wait for a new record from them.
Feelings Gone – Callum Easter
We toured with Callum on the Neon Waltz tour earlier this year, and we’ve all been right into this ever since.
Thank God For The Sinners – Ty Segall
When we need a bit of morale boost, Ty can sort that. JAM.
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road – Queens of the Stone Age
I’m obsessed with this cover, haven’t yet listened to it on tour, but that’ll be a moment for sure.