It’s been well over a year now since we first fell in love with the sun-drenched guitar pop sounds of BLAND. With an EP and a string of consistently brilliant singles under their belts, the Sydney-based four-piece have carved out a sound that we guarantee you’ll fall in love with too.
Now, the group have dropped a new video for their latest track Steel Park (The Path); filmed in charmingly lo-fo fashion by Nick Griffith at the Marrickville recreational area after which the song was named.
Sydney outfit BLAND have unveiled their new video for Steel Park (The Path), perfectly visualising the track’s laid-back, meditative charm.
In the video’s Youtube description, BLAND say that Steel Park is “a really nice place to sit and think,” and fittingly, the new track is the perfect kind of music to sit and think to. With bright guitar lines and disticntly Australian vocal melodies, the single holds a meditative quality reminiscent of The Go-Betweens.
Last year, we included BLAND’s The Great Divide in our top 40 songs of 2018, and don’t be surprised if any of the band’s latest material makes an equally high appearance.
In the meantime, sit back and soak in the mindful Australiana of BLAND’s Steel Park. Watch the new video above.