Listen to Indiago’s new single ‘Bones’

SA outfit Indiago showcase their softer side on Bones, a stirring emotive track lifted from their forthcoming debut album.

Indiago have shared the latest taste of their imminent debut album, an emotive acoustic single titled Bones.

Showcasing a softer side to the South Australian outfit, Bones reflect candidly on the plight of many artists, from the struggle to support oneself financially to the shields we wield to conceal our emotions. 

Indiago single 'Bones'

Indiago amplify the message through a poignant soundscape, brimming with acoustic guitar and atmospheric string sections that crescendo into catharsis.

Bones was written by Indiago frontman Will Solomon during the height of the COVID-19 lockdowns, a period in which he felt as though “life was flipped on its head,” he explained in a press statement. 

He continued: “Especially as an artist, everything you knew and relied on for your mental state was taken away in an instant.”

Indiago single 'Bones'

Dynamic and introspective, Bones pairs its lush instrumentation with incisive storytelling, readying audiences for what’s sure to be a stellar debut with the remaining album.

The single follows 2023’s Shade and Dream as the latest song lifted from the upcoming project, The Line. 

The Line was also born out of the lockdown period, and recorded at Aldgate’s Treetop Studios with drummer and producer Matt Cooper.

Indiago single 'Bones'

Coinciding with Bones, Indiago are set to embark upon a string of shows across the country, with stops slated for Adelaide, Sydney and Newcastle. Find more event details and ticketing information for Indiago’s shows here

Though it will mark their first full-length project, The Line serves as the follow-up to Indiago’s self-titled debut EP, which arrived back in 2019.

Elsewhere, the band have served as the support act for the likes of Birds of Tokyo, The Vanns and Dan Sultan, and appeared on the lineup of festivals like Handpicked and Vintage Vibes.

Listen to Indiago’s new single Bones below.