US indie artist Gardens Of St. Fernand released a double single a while ago. Saturday comes in two versions. The shorter version is probably the radio edit, and the other version represents the original song. Gardens Of St. Fernand wanted to perform tunes that he would usually listen to, so this single resonates with vividly recognizable Brit-Pop vibes. Still, this particular genre is not the only musical direction that this creative artist nurtures along the way. You may also stumble upon the nineties alternative rock or eighties indie rock, even maybe some grunge and dream pop. Gardens Of St. Fernand uses his broad interest in various music genres to build up a nearly cathartic indie rock ambiance, and Saturday is more than adequate proof of it.
You wouldn’t even notice that Gardens Of St. Fernand is a self-taught multi-instrumentalist. This number bursts with some impressive sonic maneuvers, so it’s difficult to even grasp all the instrumentations in one listening and analyze the sound correctly. Therefore, you’ll return to this song repetitiously, and it will become one of your go-to indie songs almost immediately. Give it a try, and you’ll be positively surprised how Saturday appears as an almost hypnotic indie anthem. The single is available for listening to on all streaming platforms.