Harmless indie rock for the quiet kids. Occasionally they go big (“The New Year”, “Tiny Vessels”), but mostly keep a light touch, gently unfolding melodies in their own time.

The New YearI listened to them a lot about nine or ten years ago, but not so much now. Have rarely felt as old as the time a friend and I went to see them live and realised the only people there older than us were the parents of all the teenagers surrounding us.

The title track is worth eight reflective minutes of anyone’s time, but I always go for the official video if I can, so here’s a track that’s good for a listen every twelve months or so.