Denver-based band Porlolo have shared a new song today, one that was inspired by band leader Erin Roberts’ recent experience quitting her full-time job. Substream premiered the track today, warning that the song “will make you hum along and groove a little bit while at the same time hyping you up until you feel you can run through a brick wall.”
Porlolo have dropped another new track from their new EP which will be out this Friday, April 27! The new song is the title track off of the Awards EP and it brings together all the sounds that Erin Roberts and company introduced you to on the other singles from this release. This track is a bit more subdued and contemplative than the previous two tracks, bringing Roberts' songwriting to the forefront of the number. Atwood Magazine has the premiere of the number, and they're calling it "a pristine blend of sweet folk and evocative indie rock, finding Roberts in peak songwriting fitness." Head over to Atwood Magazine to read more on the EP and the track.
Make sure you're ready for the release of the Awards EP, as it's out this Friday. Pre-order your copy here on Porlolo's Bandcamp.
Porlolo, the project or Erin Roberts out of Fort Collins, CO, will be releasing their new EP, Awards, at the end of the month. From this EP, they've just dropped a new catchy anthem for your listening ears. "I Don't Want To Lose" is the second track from the EP, and Glide Magazine calls it a "catchy anthem," filled with hooks and riffs that stay with you: "The catchy anthem balances indie-rock-meets-twang guitar playing that at times brings to mind the dream pop sounds of acts like Luna. Roberts shows off her ability to write and sing choruses that linger in your mind long after listening." Head over to Glide Magazine to read more about the track and give it a spin or two. Awards EP will be out April 27.
Porlolo, the project of Erin Roberts, has a new EP coming out next month. From the Awards EP, the band has released a new video for the track, "Wasting Time," which you can watch over at Treble. The song is a melancholic folk rock bouncy number, with Roberts' passionate vocals taking the forefront of the mix. In the video, Roberts traverses a wintry landscape, filled with desolation and sparse mountainous terrain. Check out the video below and get ready for more from Porlolo--Awards EP will be out April 27.