The In­dien

Dreamy pop, with a twist of gritty R&B

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Af­ter whip­ping up A frenzy in their na­tive hol­land, in­die-pop he­roes the in­dien popped by nme & Bfi present: Cine­jam Sup­ported By Zig-zag to of­fer some sooth­ing vibes, right be­fore 2014 film Whiplash gave ev­ery­one a good knock on the head. ri­anne walther (vo­cals) and Casper talsma (gui­tars) give us the low­down on their sound and why us Brits are a per­fect crowd for them. the in­dien’s ri­anne walther

De­tails

Based: the hague, nether­lands

So­cial: @thein­dien

Buy: ‘hia­tus’ ep is out now For those who are new to the band, how would you de­scribe The

In­dien’s sound?

Ri­anne: “Melodic but gritty. we live in the now, so we wanna make mu­sic for now, but i some­times wish The band reckon they’re per­fect for the next James Bond sound­track – pro­vid­ing it’s got a big retro vibe.

Run­ning

ri­anne walther’s hyp­notic vo­cals take flight on this rum­bling, lo-fi gem.

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