Maidstone, UK indie group The Shop Window recently released a brand new single named Lay Of The Land. This particular single gives a sneak peek at the upcoming album, which will unquestionably sound like a treat for the listening apparatus. The band explores the sixties power-pop sound by offering dreamy, soothing, arpeggiated chord progressions, which undoubtfully contribute to the entire listening experience. Still, you may notice heavy dosages of the eighties indie rock and indie pop lurking around from scratch to finish. But the group doesn’t stop there. Quite the contrary, The Shop Window decided to incorporate even more sonic layers until they achieve the desired sound, so you may also notice some maneuvers which resemble nineties alternative rock.
Lay Of The Land carries the listeners on the ear-appealing voyage, fully stacked with relaxing, soothing, pleasant tones and moderate rhythms, while the calmy lead vocals act as guidance. This number is a treat for all the senses, and you’ll especially love it if you’re into the beforementioned music genres. Lay Of The Land is available for listening on all streaming platforms.