Sam Wrangle’s “Analogy for Tar” is Jangly Indie Pop

Sam Wrangle’s latest single, “Analogy for Tar,” is a catchy jangle pop tune that will get stuck in your head. The Brisbane-based singer-songwriter delivers a sound that blends influences from Felt and The Church with his unique style. The track features dreamy vocals that float over tribal drums and an ’80s-style bassline that drives the melody forward.

Lyrically, “Analogy for Tar” tackles the anti-smoking message with a poignant message about the importance of cherishing time with friends and feeling supported. The track showcases Wrangle’s growth as a producer, with a lush and hypnotic sound that draws the listener in.

The track “Analogy for Tar” is a solid addition to Wrangle’s growing discography and a must-listen for indie pop fans with a message. With his upcoming album “Smokey Shady” on the horizon, it’s clear that Wrangle is an artist to watch.

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Written by Natalie Patrick

Music Journalist.

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