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.
It’s those distinctly west coast guitar hooks, coupled with intervals of twinkling keys that really make this an ear worm.
Dutch Party is just starting out, but they have the natural songwriting abilities to go places.