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Premiere: Native People – To Lose What

Native People

Native People

We thoroughly enjoy listening to ambitious youth, and Folkstone’s finest, Native People, are no exception.

Slowly tailoring their sound over the years, Indietronica is premiering their new single, ‘To Lose What’.

It’s a modern indie dance gem with a superb dream-like interlude that immediately transports you to a more magical time.

Listen below.

The ‘To Lose What’ EP is out on 5 August via Wham Head Records. Pre-order on iTunes here.

Sounds like: Foals, Kid Astray, Friendly Fires, Two Door Cinema Club, Young Kato, Shields

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Native People – Don’t Save Me

Native People

Native People

Youthful, indietronica four-piece, Native People, are back with ‘Don’t Save Me’, released as part of Killing Moon’s January Compilation Album.

These boys have ambition, which drives them to make catchy, summery tunes with sharp guitars, warming synths and melodic vocals.

Native People will soon be announcing their UK tour, kicking off in March.

Sounds like: Crystal Fighters, Friendly Fires, Two Door Cinema Club, Young Kato, Shields

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Shields – Face to Face

Shields

Shields

Shields are an alt-pop five-piece from the UK.

Their latest track ‘Face to Face’ has been taken from their debut album ‘How Can We Fix This?’, which has been produced by Adrian Bushby (Muse, Foo Fighters).

Bushby sings praises of the band, “Shields, in my opinion, are one of the best bands I’ve heard in a long while in both songwriting and performance. They are an incredibly fresh and original-sounding band who I think will go on to achieve great things.”

Watch the video below to see if you agree.

‘How Can We Fix This?’, is available for pre-order, with a free download of ‘Face to Face’ for all pre-orders. You can’t say fairer than that!

Sounds like: Foals, The Maccabees, The Griswolds, Coasts

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