After a much deserved migration from rural Illinois, the Chicago-based Santah (@santahhh), began working on a new batch of songs to follow up their acclaimed self-released debut EP, White Noise Bed. The first single off this new record is the guitar and gospel organ driven “Indigo”. A clean break from the low-fi drum machines and fuzzed-out guitars on White Noise Bed, “Indigo” offers up a pristine power pop melody that goes beyond the depth of their early work. Having played hundreds of concerts over the past few years, Santah’s devotion to their live show shines through on this jam-band track. Look out for the soon to be self-released You’re Still a Lover EP, out October 16th.
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