Coral Palms drop thundering single "Open Roads"

Being from London you need to either have quite a niche in your music or you need to be at the top of your game, and Coral Drops sound like they're the latter. Their new tune "Open Roads" is exactly that, a tune that'll have you smashing that play button over and over again.

The music is so infectious we're already wanting more!

We first knew that the song was going to be more than just a song when we heard the scuzzy guitar riff upon the start of "Open Roads", it reminds me a bit like The Black Keys' work around the time of their "El Camino" album.

Speaking about the song the band mentions - " ... "Open Roads’ is based on the drive between London and our spiritual home of Torquay, Devon in a literal sense. Metaphorically, it’s about escapism, loneliness and longings for excitement."

With some tumbling drums being heard more on the breakdown pre-chorus it really helps to build up the buzz around this London quartet even more. It's a thundering introduction to one of London's latest indie-rock bands on the rise.

With the band being raised on the big indie bands of the 10's such as Two Door Cinema Club, Foals, Arctic Monkeys, and The 1975, there really is no wonder that this stuck a chord with me (who also loves those bands). If you see Coral Palms listed on a gig poster then do check them out, the music is so infectious we're already wanting more!