Posts Tagged ‘Queue’

December 22, 2017

It’s been about seven months since we had the honored pleasure of premiering Queue’s Frontier, a richly atmospheric indie rock song that seemed to blend Daughter, Wolf Alice, and Poliça altogether. The four piece band, whose members hail from both Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., have finally unveiled their next single, a spaciously drifting, floaty ethereal indie rock song named Aimless Kid that again reminds me of those aforementioned bands, but with an even more organic and considerably pastoral aura. Aimless Kid is a lushly enthralling aria steeped in sorrow and cathartic emotion. It undulates like rolling waves and blooms with post-rock evoking mellifluous guitars. Re-visit prior single Frontier and Queue’s other releases on Soundcloud, here.

May 30, 2017

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May 26, 2017

[PREMIERE] Queue – Frontier

It’s been a fast year since we were first introduced to Queue and their rich, luscious indie rock by way of debut single Falling Into Skies, which they swiftly followed up with a second expressive beauty named More. You could say we’ve been ‘queued’ up in wait of the band’s third song since. Today, the four piece return out of Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. to bring us Frontier, an arresting display of sonic eloquence. The absorbing song couldn’t have been more worth that wait. Daughter’s ethereal atmosphere meets Poliça‘s husky determination and Wolf Alice’s guitar posh verve on this striking alt rock piece, which Queue suitably labels “dream rock”. Band member Olivia Price divulges: “The lyrics are kind of simple and to me suggest finally finding the nerve to end a relationship and escape the place that sustained it. I thought of a relationship that follows moving to a big city: one where people are bound by a mutual loneliness and the need to feel physical and emotional warmth.” Frontier is out on iTunes, here. You can also stream the single via Spotify, here. Re-visit Queue’s prior singles on Soundcloud, here.

May 1, 2016

I’m one of those impatient people who’s horrid at waiting in queues, but I can’t help but gravitate towards the beautiful indie rock of new Philadelphia five piece Queue. They made their debut on Falling Into Skies, its rich hues and enchanting swirliness lulling like a combo of Daughter with Poliça, yet scintillating with luscious Foals like guitar vibrancy. Like the song’s name implies, diving into the song is like free falling in a limitless deep blue sky. You want to hold on tight, yet you want to let go into its great atmosphere, too. Queue will be releasing a debut five track EP this June.