LISTEN: LIME – ‘Surf n Turf’

With a sound as refreshing as the citrus fruit they’re named after; LIME‘s latest single ‘Surf n Turf’ is a catchy slice of surf-pop joy. The band have turned the experience of having an unwanted confrontation on a night out, in to an easy-going ear worm.

Coming together from across the UK, the four-piece band mix elements of psych, indie, and other genres to create their buoyant guitar tunes. Accompanied by a kaleidoscopic set of visuals (directed and produced by Jay Bartlett), ‘Surf n Turf’ brims with indie melodies, energetic vocals, and plenty of attitude.

We can’t wait to see them live at our GIHE gig at The Finsbury Pub supporting Jemma Freeman & The Cosmic Something on 8th May (Free entry. Event details here.) Watch the video for ‘Surf n Turf’ below, and follow LIME on Facebook & Spotify for more updates.

Photo credit: Julia Nala

Kate Crudgington

Track Of The Day: Worriers – ‘The Possibility’

Having been an accomplished musician for over a decade, Lauren Denitzio has recently relocated to Philadelphia and released the sophomore album from her band Worriers, Survival Pop – a rallying cry and celebration of overcoming “in the face of illness and loss, misogyny, homophobia and the patriarchy…”

Taken from the album is latest single ‘The Possibility’. A jangly, uplifting surf-pop offering, it oozes an empowering, buoyant energy and twinkling, sweeping harmonies. Reflecting on life’s hardships and surviving in the face of adversity, it juxtaposes catchy, sunny melodies with Denitzio’s raw vocals.

Filled with a vibrant punk-pop spirit and driving hooks, ‘The Possibility’ is the perfect enlivening anthem to get you through the dark days of winter –  a truly infectious slice of ‘survival pop’ if ever there was one.

Survival Pop, the latest album from Worriers, is out now.

Mari Lane