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Melbourne, Australia-based indie-rock band Low Key Crush released a breezy new single titled “Shelter” on Monday.
From its light, catchy vocal melodies to its jangly guitar tones and electric riffs, the chill track sounds like our cool new summer anthem.
In a Facebook post, lead singer Tim Haines wrote:
I (Tim) don’t really like or know how to talk about my lyrics much but this ones about trying to help someone you love when they’re in a terrible situation, and when maybe you’re not in the best one yourself.
He went on to refer to “Shelter,” Low Key Crush’s sophomore single, as being “more slacker than dream pop.”
Low Key Crush’s album art for “Shelter” features a jellyfish with merging shades of pink, blue and violet with a pink backdrop.
The self-proclaimed “pop monsters from Melbourne” include Haines (guitars/synths/vocals), Ella Irene (bass/vocals) and Taycian Lord (drums). They released their undeniably infectious debut single “Swimming Laps” in January.
Listen to “Shelter” below.
Out now!! Thanks one more time to @bobbybravington for the mix and @alensondesign for the sweet cover, up on all platforms!!
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