Ed The Dog’s ‘Television Era’ Is Upbeat, Funky British Indie Rock

7 18 18 Ed The DogEd The Dog’s ‘Television Era’ is upbeat, funky British indie rock. “With the few broken and battered instruments available,” musician Ed Wetenhall “used his crippling fears, dry wit, and tentative optimism to write and record an LP.” He describes his debut album Shame as, “a hook filled, lo-fi exploration into adulthood, anxiety and what it means to be a hopeless romantic in 2018.” Behind bright, emotive guitars, Wetenhall lays down deeply groovy bass lines and a synthesized percussion section to match. The erratic, layered nature of this track gives it a really unique vibe. It’s funky and upbeat while also conveying cheekiness and a sense of sarcasm. This project is going places. Check out ‘Television Era’ below!


Noah Zucker // IG – @zucker.n // Twitter – @zuckern13

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