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UK Four-Piece Sarpa Salpa Light It Up On Their Recent Single, ‘Dreaming’

UK four-piece indie outfit Sarpa Salpa recently revealed their bopping new single, Dreaming. The bright new track follows from their previously well-received releases, Your House and Somebody.

Dreaming carries all the elements of sunny side indie-pop with catchy melodies and flowing rhythm. Spanning just shy of four minutes, it flows over many different shapes, bright beachside style synth stabs, rolling rock basslines and big festival sing-a-long vocal delivery. We run through a range of emotions towards the middle, leading to a massive drop filling the listener with a vast sense of euphoria. It’s pretty epic.

The track touches on the hurdles and downhill runs that a modern-day indie band go through. Balancing life as usual while still maintaining the dream.

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“Dreaming is a track that encapsulates some of the highs and lows on our journey as a band. Like many artists at our level, we all work full-time day jobs so that we are able to continue to pursue our dreams of doing music full time.
We wrote and recorded the track in the midst of the various lockdowns and during a time where we were unable to play shows. I think, if anything, this just highlighted to us how much we missed performing live and the thrill that comes with it.
It’s been great the past few months actually being able to get back out there gigging again, and this was one of the first songs we wanted to get in the setlist!” –
Sarpa Salpa.

The band seems to be doing a great job of rising amongst their ranks, having recently completed a USA tour, including a performance at the prestigious SXSW in Austin.

Sarpa Salpa has nailed their sound on this one, a perfect piece of upbeat and dynamic indie disco. Dreaming is an ideal addition to your ‘favourites’ playlist. It’s available now, everywhere.

Written by Chris Lamaro