Just the boost of energy I need to get over the hump day. “L. Lane” by Callum Pitt is a lovely and energetic indie rock track whose album artwork invokes imagery of youthful wonder for the road ahead only partially filled in and with more to draw in. The voice is sweet and despite it being a rock track it is very easy to listen to in a soothing way. The instrumentation is familiar for indie folk rock and the production style makes this sit well in any playlist involving those mostly organic sonic qualities with a few reverb tricks played in to bring “L. Lane” to a larger than life place.
Taking influences from The War On Drugs, Bon Iver and Fleet Foxes, indie-folk newcomer Callum Pitt combines finger-picked folk riffs with a stunning falsetto voice. His first demos, recorded in his bedroom, received airplay from BBC 6 Music and Amazing Radio, resulting in a spot at Evolution Emerging Festival 2016 and tour support slots with Meadowlark, Cape Cub and Isaac Gracie.
“[‘You’d Better Sell It While You Can’ is a] catchy, floaty, dreamy number, with some easy-going laid back strings and… falsetto vocal that would put Kate Bush to shame. A blend of harmonies adds warmth, dimension and colour [and] halfway through, the chorus pops up in all [its] melodious glory… There’s lots to like about this song – choppy old style piano playing, catchy guitar riffs and toe-tapping percussion.” (Fresh On The Net)