Hear This: Enola Fall - London
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Tasmanian indie-rock band Enola Fall might be regulars on the Australian indie circuit, but they’re also picking up international acclaim. The band have played several major festivals, and supported acts like The Jezabels and The Violent Femmes on tour. Their melodic music carries haunting, emotional quality has previously been compared to Arcade Fire and The National. ‘London’ fuses baroque, jittery guitar with an electro-pop chorus that is strikingly reminiscent of early Radiohead. Singer Joe Nuttall’s vocals echo with the trembling reverberations of suppressed feeling. Of the single, Nuttall says, "London is a song about how a piece of music, or a taste or a smell can send you straight back in time. Things which are supposed to stay in the past can be summoned back with alarming ease.” The hypnotic new single, set to be released March next year, precedes Enola Fall’s upcoming album Bloodhound, which will allegedly be ‘somewhere in the vicinity of Kate Bush, Bowie and Sufjan Stevens’.