I love indie bands and I love indie songs with familiarly hypnotizing tunes and metaphorical day-dreaming lyrics. Like Paradise Fears, Fun and Plushgun, I've been engrossed in Local Natives for the past few days. They are an American indie rock band from Los Angeles, California with two studio albums released so far - Gorilla Manor (2009) and Hummingbird (2013). I have not listened to Hummingbird except for one track from the said album entitled Mt. Washington which was used in the Life Is Strange video game. As for Gorilla Manor, my favorite track is either Wide Eyes or Who Knows We Care. Either way, Local Natives is the kind of band who plays that kind of songs I'd love to listen to during rainy days, watching fog and drops splattered against the glass of my window with coffee in hand.
I probably should make a music post as a habit though I haven't decided on what to call this category as. I used to have a plan of calling it "strumming saturday" but we'll see about that. It's kind of fun since people never expected me to listen to songs that are, well, according-to-them-and-I-quote "hipster."