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The Dog Apollo – Last Orbit [Review]

The Dog Apollo – Last Orbit [Review]

Brit pop or indie rock? ‘Last Orbit’ the newest track by The Dog Apollo aligns together these two genres in an effortlessly euphonious manner.

The collaboration produces an exuberant musical delight and The Dog Apollo boys have pulled off this hybrid style fantastically. Despite still being in the infancy of their career, the band have a clear confidence in their prosaic indie sound. The vocals are hearty and the sound is electric and gripping throughout. The track reminded me very much of the style of Catfish and the Bottlemen with their use of plentiful hooks and energy. However, this song takes a different stance than their previous work such as a personal favourite of mine, ‘Pile Driver’ which embodies a stronger pop synth sound.

The chiming riffs of the song combined with the hearty exuberant guitar passage gives it an exciting dynamic. The Dog Apollo boys are destined for a successful future and they have already been chosen to play with the likes of  Bloc Party, Foals and Alt J.I personally adore this song and would definitely recommend anyone to give it a listen.


Review by Georgia Jackson

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