After an incredible 2017, White Room are easily a surefire band to make it in 2018. The band were featured in June as part of our Artist Spotlight segment.
They range between psych-pop to indie rock with almost Britpop sentiments but this by no means defines them solidly. The group seem to hit back at all the feel-good indie of years gone by. From the sunny dispositions of Peace, to the upbeat styles of Blur, White Room definitely come under ‘feel good music’.
Their incredible bass riffs paired with sick solos and incredibly catchy lyrics have helped the band gain a worthy amount of attention in the industry. With a bunch of singles and an EP the band lately released their debut album ‘Eight’. ‘Eight’ is where we see White Room break down some of the barriers the industry may have previously forced upon them. Songs like previously released ‘Stole The I.V.’ is very much in their sun-drenched style, but contrasting with ‘Cannibal Song’ which feels like its straight out of a psychological horror theme park is an amazing talent to possess.
The band are amazing performers too, seeing them with other Artist Spotlight alumni Vinyl Staircase in Shoreditch’s The Old Blue Last was nothing short of spectacular. I was instantly enamoured by them and have been a fan ever since.