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U.K.-based band, Earth Farm, just delivered their new EP, Pretty Much Living. A 4 track melodic ride full of hypnotic vocal work, soft instrumentals, and a clever blend of styles, this is a powerful release that will no doubt bring the band a fresh wave of fans. Our one complaint? We wish it was longer!

Elements of indie, alt-rock, shoegaze, and more all make an appearance here. The band really shines by blending their influences together in a creative way. The end result is a sound that's reminiscent of early 2000s indie, while at the same time sounding new. That's a really hard feat to accomplish. While this was admittedly our introduction to Earth Farm, this EP has confirmed that we're far from done listening. By the time Pretty Much Living is over, all you want to do is hear more. That's exactly what an EP is supposed to do.

One thing that really stood out to us was how smoothly these tracks all moved into each other. The EP feels like a complete journey, and not just a random set of songs thrown together. The production work is also very spot on. Beautiful vocals are boosted by heartfelt lyricism as they gently glide over a well-performed and melodic instrumental.

You can listen to the EP in its entirety below. We also added a couple of tracks to our Underground Indie & Alternative playlist on Spotify. If you like what you hear, make sure to follow Earth Farm so you can stay on top of any new releases. Enjoy!

Earth Farm - Pretty Much Living EP



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