Just in time for the end-of-year summer, Australian indie band Key Loch have got some special surf rock sounds going on with this release. Synths mimic the gentle sound of distant waves as the guitars meld with the melody, putting the listener right there on the water as the surf sprays around them. Choppy waves? No issue. The bravado in the guitar will have you hitting the waves, slip slop slapping on your sunscreen, and plunging into the ocean for a grand day out at the beach.
People seem to be agreeing with that sentiment too, especially considering that at the time of writing, the music video has 50,793 views! See for yourself: it’s a wild day in the sun for Key Loch with this one, and the stats on Spotify and other similar streaming/purchase platforms aren’t far behind when you group them together into a collective!
This track has been doing the rounds for a while, so we figured with the weather warming up in Key Loch’s native country of Australia, now is the perfect time for an extra bright sunny spotlight to be shone on Slop with Choppers! We hope this will help your days out on the sand and water feel all the more liberating. Now let’s blast this loud and hit the beach!
Key Loch are Damien Reilly and Justin Gross. They are the founders of the 90’s power Aussie Rock Band Southpaw. They bring together a production history between them of 50 years of song writing and playing live music in Australia. They collaborate with mixers such as Gabe Rizza, Tom Polce, and Chris Garcia, and vocalists such as Avery May Parker and Sahra, and the melting pot of talents and life journeys is clear to hear in their wonderful music across the many genres in which they dabble. The future is bright and Key Loch are wearing shades as they unlock the musical doors of your mind and fill it full of awesome music. No matter what you need music for, they’ll have a track to fit the mood, and that includes surfers hitting the beach too! Don’t let two years of La Niña hold you down, dudes, get out there and feel the sun before the rain gets back again!
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