Veronica Falls- “Teenage”

After an incredibly sweet and lovable debut album, UK indie pop outfit Veronica Falls is gearing up to release its sophomore album on Slumberland Records this February. “Teenage” is the first track to drop from it, and it’s a slight change in mood for the band, featuring a slightly more upbeat attitude. Even though the band’s sounding a bit sunnier, their chilly boy/girl vocals still remain. There’s a pretty sweet guitar solo that pops in after the first chorus, too. And don’t stop the track until you hear the dramatic, slow-moving finish.

Yeah, the song is basic, simple, and straightforward. It avoids the complications and challenges I usually enjoy in music; but there’s something about the band’s sound that leaves me charmed every time. Let’s see if the magic continues on this new LP.

  • Swagman

    Shame on you UMG, I wanna hear