Midday Swim and The ‘Climbing Out Of Caves’ EP.
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Canada in my own opinion is an absolute Well of vibrant and diverse musical talent. You can find a link to all we have covered from the absolute expanse of a country – Here – but that isn’t why we are here, for specifically we are here for the latest from Toronto Indie specialists, Midday Swim.
Myself being British, I can relatively speaking legitimately say that as a people, we feel we have somewhat of an increased claim to Indie music and to some extent, there is precedent to this through our musical history. That said, with something of an increase of late the Canadian and in this case Toronto Indie scene, there are bands crying out for the ears of Indie music humans everywhere.
Climbing Out Of Caves is the latest and second release from five-piece and starts a little something like this…
I shall admit I really wasn’t sold on the opening of ‘Oh My My’ initially. The track marks lends itself into Pop territory in a fashion that is itself sonically sound but prominent for the wrong reasons, again, initially.