Stallions of indie rock The Iron Horses have just released brand new single accompanied by a fresh sound, driven by guitars and smothered in euphoric, harmonic vocals.
Traffic was produced by former Thirsty Merc guitarist Sean Carey and the immediate visual response to their rock-induced ambience is driving down a desert highway while the sunset melts into a hazy, orange sky.
Today they drop a stunning clip to accompany the track – it’s not framed by a sunset but it will warm ya bones. Recorded by the legends of Live At Loffte, watch The Iron Horses run through Traffic as you’ve never seen it before.
Cantering along to the country twang of Duncan Welsh, Traffic sets The Iron Horses upon a gripping podium amongst a crowded indie rock scene.
The new track Traffic screams indie-rock blended with a southern feel, radiating a sound similar to Kings of Leon, Kingswood and British India. Formerly recognised for their pop-rock inspired music heard on their 2016 EP Stop To Start, Traffic can be recognised for its driving riffs, ambient melodies and catchy harmonies.
Having previously performed in Sydney on a number of occasions, you can hear the sun drenched siren songs produced by this captivating four-piece at one of their upcoming shows in NSW and Victoria.
See below for dates, and head to the band’s Facebook page for finer details.
Saturday 17 June – Lass O’Gowrie, Newcastle – Free Entry
Friday 23 June – The Townie, Newtown – Free Entry
Saturday 1st July – The Boatshed, Manly