Dive into the vintage pop goodness of Dolce Blue’s debut album Forever Is Too Long

It was late last year, with the release of their debut single New White Sneakers, that we were first introduced to the charming indie-pop of sounds of Western Australian four-piece Dolce Blue.

Now, the band have unveiled their new full-length album Forever Is Too Long, and with its release, they continue to establish themselves as purveyors of groove-laden pop gems. If you’re not already across this band, it’s definitely time you changed that.

On their debut full-length album Forever Is Too Long, Western Australian four-piece Dolce Blue deliver a dynamic and immersive slice of indie-pop.

Throughout the new album’s thirteen-track duration, Dolce Blue glide through a summery concoction of indie-rock, vintage pop and psych to craft a sound uniquely their own. With bright, jangly guitar lines, air-tight percussion, and soulful vocal hooks, you’ll be spinning Forever Is Too Long for weeks.

On album opener The Rain, the band meld layers of woozy guitars with jazzy vocals to deliver a track that will wash over your body, preparing you for the sonic journey ahead. From here, the album pulls in myriad sonic directions, never sitting in one place for too long.

These are still early days for this Western Australian band, but on their debut full-length release, they’ve managed to craft something dynamic and completely immersive. Here’s hoping we won’t have to wait long to hear what they deliver next.

For now, do yourself a favour and listen to Forever Is Too Long above.