Generationals - Put a Light On

Indie Picks Playlist: August Edition

Generationals - “Gold Silver Diamonds”
Rustie - “Raptor”
Bipolar Sunshine - “Rivers”
The Underachievers - “Metropolis”
Black Milk - “Sunday’s Best / Monday’s Worst”
Twin Peaks - “Flavor”
Beach Day - “Don’t Call Me on the Phone”
Closure In Moscow - “Happy Days”
Benjamin Booker - “Violent Shivers”
Merchandise -  ”Enemy”
Vance Joy - “Mess is Mine”
Phox - “Slow Motion” 
Shakey Graves - “Big Time Nashville Star”
Mirel Wagner - “Oak Tree”
Willis Earl Beal - “Traveling Eyes”

Generationals - ‘Spinoza’

Following on from their synthy new wave record, the Lucky Numbers EP, Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer return with a new single that retains their omnipresent bouyancy but the main nerve of ‘Spinoza’ is Smiths-indebted guitar jangles. That and bouncing obtuse lyrics off each other. The song title might reference a Jewish-Dutch philosopher concerned with Theologico-Political Treatise, but it sounds an awful lot like lustful, beach pop. 

'Spinoza' is lifted from Generationals' third album, it's called Heza and it’s out in April via Polyvinyl Records.