Song Of The Day: "It's Coming" by Saint Alto

Hey guys!

On a scale from 1 to 10 - how excited do you get when you hear new music by bands/artists you like?

For us over here it would be a solid 12.

New music is what keeps us going (besides your attention, tea and food) and we probably wouldn't be here if it wasn't for the exciting tunes we get to blog about on a daily basis.

2018 is still young, but we've already seen some fabulous releases.
And ladies and gents - it just doesn't stop, so let's celebrate our SOTD.

- Song Of The Day -
"It's Coming" by Saint Alto

Saint Alto have been one of our favourite music projects right from the beginning.

The Indie-Folk four piece from Birmingham (UK) seem to have found their signature style but always surprise the listener with clever and unique details.

BBC Introducing is already as excited about it as we are, and although they haven't released many tracks yet - we're already convinced fans.

Saint Alto are:
Phil Barber
Alex Dodwell
Dave Hammersley
Tom Ridsdill

And just last week, Saint Alto released their brand new track "It's Coming".

"It's Coming" is catchy in the most charming and least annoying way possible.
It's a track you could easily find yourself grooving to at Glastonbury or Reading and Leeds as the band delivers a fine performance on the main stage.

The strong and steady drum beat guides you through the song and stays by your side like a loyal friend, while the guitar riffs and synths paint colourful pictures.
The vocals immediately grab your attention in the most pleasant way, making sure you listen from start to finish and take the song with you.

And that's exactly the influence the track has, it stays with you.
The melody and riffs will stay in your head and travel with you throughout your day.

And that, dear listeners, is magic.

Listen to "It's Coming" right here:

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Thank you for your visit!

Credits // Words: Vanessa Jertschewske | Image: via Saint Alto


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