Words: ROBIN MUMFORD
Since forming in London, a little over five years ago, indie rock quartet Cascade have gone from strength to strength, ripping through listener’s ears with thumping riffs and pulsating lyrics. Racking up thousands of listens on various platforms over the course of their reign, the band has gained a widespread fanbase, sharing the stage with the likes of The Bluetones, Himalayas and The Skinner Brothers.
They continue to cause chaos in the music scene with rousing new releases coming at their listeners at supersonic speeds. There’s no sign of their musical steam train slowing down as they announce the release of their latest single ‘Another Day’.
As stem-winding as it is spell-bounding, the latest track in Cascade’s repertoire draws influences from 90s British guitar music alongside modern twists to hoist the band into contention for ones to watch in the indie landscape.
In true Brit-pop fashion, there’s an undeniable sense of aspiration that runs throughout the track, which was described by the band as being “a fist-pumping, uplifting, inspiring track about breaking out of the rat race of day-to-day life”.
‘Another Day’ is everything you could possibly ask for in a quintessential British indie anthem. It’s fast-paced, it’s lyrically in-sync with the mindset of the younger generation, and it should be played at full volume.