Canadian indie pop duo Wotts have just released their newest single titled “Laundry”, and it’s an ethereal post-punk track that is going to be stuck in your head for weeks. It’s the kick-off single for the band’s upcoming EP, named “Good People, Bad People” and shows that their experimentation with their music certainly pays off. It’s a homage to their musical influences, like The Smiths and Fontaines D.C., while staying true to the sound that they’ve been known for throughout their discography. With groovy instruments, dreamy vocals, and just a bit of some radio samples mixed in, this song should definitely be on your radar.

The consistent, infectious beats that make your head bop are accented by some amazing guitar riffs, with the sprinkle of synths in the background comprise the song’s foundation, and it’s surely a strong one, to say the least. Band member’s vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Jayem’s vocals are spacey and dreamy, adding the ethereal flare to the track. And we simply can’t help but compliment the duo’s bassist, Ricky 100’s addictive bass line that truly brings the body to the song.

This is just the start of what’s to come for this indie pop duo’s busy summer, and their newest release leaves us excited for more. “Laundry” is out now on all streaming platforms.

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