L.A.’s Dutch Party have delivered a double dose of sun-bleached indie-pop...the chipper song is simultaneously a homage to Peter Pan and a critique of technology’s grip on modern society.
The buzzy new song, Franklin explains, arrived via “this mosquito of a guitar lick.” And to him, the hooky cut is “all about the stuff you burn for. Not just the momentary impulses—though often it feels the same—but the deep-seated, almost biological desires.
Dutch Party, a spry, good-vibin’ indie pop band.
— Billboard
It’s those distinctly west coast guitar hooks, coupled with intervals of twinkling keys that really make this an ear worm.
— Grimy Goods
Dutch Party is just starting out, but they have the natural songwriting abilities to go places.
— Pigeons and Planes