Sacropolis drop sparkling new indie-pop belter, "The Sinner"

Sacropolis have earlier on today dropped their shimmering new single "The Sinner", which follows on from their debut release "For You". The single was only released June 12th and has since got well over 15k plays on Spotify and getting over 4k followers from it too, a sign that the band are an exciting outfit.

The German quartet are based out of Frankfurt and by the sounds of it they're continuing to showcase what a band they are. The band are a duo of brothers Jean (Guitar) and Leon (Bass) with their longtime friends Ben (Vocals/Guitar) and Tom (Drums/Backing Vox), they've been only the band as we know it now since this year but they all go back to 2013 as they met at school.

Their sound reminds us of Two Door Cinema Club and Tokyo Police Club but with the atmospheric nods of Bombay Bicycle Club with a smattering of sweet harmonies that are heard throughout.  "The Sinner" has some delightful dreamy indie-pop hooks with soundscapes that could easily soundtrack a movie with some epic vocal melodies and shimmering guitar tones that'll have you running back to the play button once it's over.

Speaking about the track the band say - " ... "The Sinner" is about the uncertainties of the outcome of a breach of trust. Facing those uncertainties, the song tackles a man's confession and his wish for forgiveness."

"The Sinner" is a fantastic introduction to Sacropolis who are no doubt on the path to stardom if they keep on creating tracks such as this. The very promising band will be releasing their album at some point in the not too distant future, which this song will be a part of, so head on down and fall in love with one of the best new German bands out there.