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Music Review: Green Dolphin – Notebook Comicstrip

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Green Dolphin is an upcoming lo-fi indie band set for success with tracks like Notebook Comicstrip within their mighty repertoire. 

Having released their EP Bedtime Stories in 2019, the fourpiece have received exposure from the likes of Discovered Magazine and BBC Introducing, whilst setting off on their first ever UK tour during last summer.

Notebook Comicstrip has a kicking intro with the guitar, bass and drums pulsing together. Along with a true indie vibe, there is an essence of the Beatles iconic Brit-pop sound with heartfelt and transparent lyricism and catchy guitar counter-melodies.

During the long and cleverly-composed instrumental/bridge, backing vocals pedalling ‘ahhhhh’ add an element reminiscent of UK greats, Oasis.

It takes a lot of technique, talent and passion for the industry to create, record and produce a song that is catchy and relatable – but Green Dolphin has achieved this and more.

I’m looking forward to seeing where these guys go this year –  onto many great things, I’m sure.

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