Indian Hill churns some good acoustic rock blues in their new self-titled release. Formed in the early 2000, Indian Hill is Kenneth Lee Ray and Novica Bozunovich. This album is a collection of some of the songs that the two composed whenever there’s a guitar around.
First stop is title track Indian Hill. With the absence of lyrics, the band presents a bare canvass of what they have to offer—a flawless mixture of atmospheric folk and rhythmic guitar strings.
Boasting rock and blues roots is Valentine. Feet-thumping beats and lively instrumentation will surely escalate the listener’s energy level. Loom follows with a slower, yet still catchy tempo. The male vocals that tumbles and swims smoothly through the melodies is a perfect fit for the track’s country vibe.
Transporting you to street art and harmonic music, Lights in France sets the right mood for a late night dinner. While Wine & Cigarettes reveal Indian Hill’s atmospheric, folk side with intricate plucking and layered, echoing vocals.
Exemplifying talent and a loyalty to a distinct sound, Indian Hill‘s new release will not disappoint those looking for some soothing folk and blues melodies.
1. Indian Hill
4. Lights In France
5. Coco Gem
6. Night Of The Sun
7. Wine & Cigarettes
9. Keep Your Hands