The sweet nostalgic sound of Sydney band Highline can be best described as the edgy, youthful lovechild of Artic Monkeys’ and Camino Gold’s style. Their passionate and vulnerable style of rock meets Brit-pop has seen them start to blow up over the three years they’ve been jamming together. “Enough for You and Me” is the fourpiece’s latest offering, which came out last week and is a whirlwind of a performance.
Wavy guitar grabs ahold of you right away, instructing you to surf the bass as they dive into the vocal section. Singer Sam Rigney croons about the feelings of relief that you find in friendship when things in life are rough. His vocals soar in the chorus, emitting an essence of release that they build up to. As the song comes to a close, the instrumentation roars, with drums rattling and the guitar once again taking hold.
You can listen to Highline’s new single below. Enjoy!
Highline – Enough for You and Me