THE VISTA Go Back To Their Roots With New Indie-Rock Anthem ‘Landscapes’

Published on 27 May 2022 at 13:02

Words: Max Bradfield


The Vista have added to an ever-growing repertoire with their latest track. The four-piece confidently joined the Birmingham scene back in August of 2021 and now present ‘Landscapes’ following three warmly received singles that are helping to push the group from strength to strength.


Now, this sight has previously described the lads as injecting ‘rock into Indie’ and their latest tune is no different. Admittedly, ‘Landscapes’ is a return to the boys’ roots providing similar dynamism to their debut release ‘Jump Into The River’. Their return to “true indie” is a message of intent when it comes to where the band’s sound is headed. 


Although The Vista employ somewhat grungy and surging guitars, this pairs with lead singer Sam’s fresh singular vocal well to produce a truly emerging indie rock anthem. Recognition has arrived after a smattering of live shows. Most notably of these, is the headline spot at the prestigious Deadwax in Digbeth. 


Shows like this have been the main driver behind the group being observed as one of hottest bands coming out of the UK’s second city.  


The new tune was actually one of the first songs the band wrote and wrapped up in the gain of the guitar and the silky lead vocal, The Vista’s message is as such. There’s a need to get back to the familiarity of your hometown and your loved ones when you’ve been away too long. 


In this one, the group are truly wearing their West Midlands identity on their sleeves. With this track, supported by a full music video, scheduled radio play and a boisterous social media campaign – The Vista are hoping to have a national reach sooner rather than later. Hope and belief is planted firmly in this new one and rightfully so. 


Our Sound Music presents The Vista live in Hull this July. Click here for ticket information.


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