Three indie rock tracks to energize this new week – Ear To The Ground Music

Elephant Castle – "Rocket to the Moon"
– On the rare occasions that we offer Psych Rock, you know it has to be a really remarkable sound. It's safe to say that Elephant Castle is one of the most addicting psych rock acts we've heard in years. Shades of glowing rock vibes of the 70s meet avant-garde productions of the 21st century for an unparalleled sound. The effects are pure ear candy with some atmospheric lyrics that will make even the most attentive listener think for a while. This is a fascinating piece of artful rock music.

Arlie – "Wait a minute"
-I like this song so much that when I approved it I immediately went to my personal social media to share with friends and family. The harmonies are absolutely contagious. They kind of remind me of what I fell in love with when I started following Good Old War. In fact, I'd love to see Arlie on tour with these guys. Arlie has this wonderful positive energy on this track that combines vocal harmonies and a fast paced pop rock atmosphere that absolutely GLOWS. I find that more than I can realistically put into words. See I write about it again in about two months for the year-end lists.

Henry Chadwick – "Spiritual Eye"
-If you're looking for a pop-rock vibe that blends well with a contemporary aesthetic, check out Henry Chadwick. The track has a vibey, tactile sense that allows the listener to tangibly connect to the sound. The production balance is so brilliant that with good headphones you feel like you're in the middle of the band. The vocal harmonies harmonize perfectly with the characteristic lead voice and some rock music with a pop-punk taste from the Weezer era. It's a whole jam and you have to try.

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