Toby and Hannah formed Cardiff based Inland Murmur in 2020 and relaseed their debut single, “Icarus”, soon after. They have just released the follow up, “Waterline”.
“Waterline” is an indie-pop anthem in which both artists play the instruments as well as sing – this is a team effort! – with its catchy hook and ear-pleasing innocence.
“Waterline” was written during the early part of lockdown and is a reflection on grief and how nature and landscapes have helped the band deal with it. The song was recorded at Hackney Road Studios in London and was mixed and produced by Pedro Caetano of Sad Boys Club. Felix Davies of Metropolis Studios mastered the single.
Taking inspiration from the Welsh countryside of singer Toby Llewellyn’s home and the bustle of city life, Inland Murmur’s music treads a line from ambient nostalgia to indie crunch. The band have more music lined up and cannot wait to get back to performing live. “Icarus” has already seen play on BBC Radio so the duo really are ones to watch and deserve a moment of your time to listen to…
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