Track of the Day: Anymore – The Valla

The Valla, one of London’s new up and coming indie-rock bands, released their second single, “Anymore”, on August 21st 2019. I featured their debut single as a track of the day back in June. “Anymore” is a great follow-up to the track. It’s an introspective song, with a smooth sound, and it’s quite addictive. I’m looking forward to hearing their upcoming EP.

More about the song:

The track recorded by Andy Hall Hall, who has worked with artists such as The Wombats and Bastille, showcases their ability to write hook based, pop inspired melodies interlaced with elegant harmony and honest heartfelt lyrics.

The intricate guitar parts in the verses of “Anymore”, partnered with the infectious chorus takes the listener on a journey – with a focus on poetic, heartrending lyrics, depicting an all too relatable breakup scene.

This emotional three-and-a- half-minute track was originally conceived two years ago but redrafted a year later into the song that it is today. “Anymore” speaks to everyone.

Buy “Anymore”:




From the press release:

The Valla are inspired by formidable artists of the same genre such as Catfish and The Bottlemen and Sam Fender, but they also draw influence from the songwriting of more contemporary pop music such as The 1975 and 5Seconds of Summer.

Their profile has risen fast following the recent release of their debut single “There For You”, with features as ‘track of the day’ on a number of blogs, including ‘Rock n’Roll & other sounds’ and the ‘Find a song blog’. Having started the year performing a number of house concerts and small gigs to build a loyal, devoted fanbase the band have recently headlined the Tooting Tram & Social.

The band have a number of gigs lined up over the next few months to promote their upcoming EP release.

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