Indie band That Old Quiet Lighthouse recently released their latest single, ‘Laughter‘, aiming to power through with their commitment to ‘putting the emo back in wholesome (it’s in there somewhere)’, they combine the keen and emotionally charged lyricism of Pinegrove with the bittersweet textures of Alex G, with a pinch of instrumental virtuosity for good measure.
Building an audience steadily through their brilliant mix of witty banter and immersive musical storytelling, constantly featuring different vocalists and instrumentalists on songs creates a different listening experience for each record they release.
‘Laughter’ is an upbeat indie-pop tune, channelling folk influences through its tenor horn counter melodies. Featuring the beautiful and unique voice of Sanja Cin, the song is almost a duet – her melodies serving as an echo of a love since gone. The best way to describe it? Infectiously upbeat, irresistibly charming, a song that perfectly articulates the bizarre nature of ending a relationship with no ill will.
Laughter was released on 10 February.
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