Indie pop outfit Convenience Store return with dreamy new single, ‘Right Here’
22.04.2020

Indie pop outfit Convenience Store return with dreamy new single, ‘Right Here’

Words by Kate Streader

Their highly-anticipated sophomore single has arrived.

Melbourne indie dream-pop outfit Convenience Store return today with their second single, ‘Right Here’.

The six-piece outfit made a splash with their debut single ‘Time to Enjoy’ last year, amassing over 25,000 streams on Spotify and earning themselves a steady following as well as a feature on ABC’s Rage.

Now, the up-and-comers are back with ‘Right Here’. The single continues Convenience Store’s exploration of atmospheric, textural soundscapes, this time taking influence from the analog warmth and mesmeric guitar melodies of Japanese rock.

Combining synth, vocal harmonies and chorused guitars while surveying the intimate mourning of losing an illusory love, this single is certain to hit you right in the feels.

Check out the video for ‘Right Here’ below:

‘Right Here’ is out now. For more from Convenience Store, head to their Facebook or Bandcamp

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