TVD Premiere: Just Walden, “Robbie D”

Just Walden conjures up iconic ’70s pop and add futuristic flair for the 21st Century.

We have the pleasure of premiering the band’s newest single, “Robbie D,” which blends 1970s pop and electronica into a soulful species of indie rock. In fact, “Robbie D” sounds like the exotic descendent of Supertramp’s “Goodbye Stranger”—complete with sexy organ arpeggio and stopwatch breakdown. Lead singer Danny Ferraro works his signature falsetto to great effect over the hopscotch beats while his intricate piano lines weave color into the track’s glitchy pocket.

Just Walden cite the author Henry David Thoreau as their primary influence which, albeit a strange musical reference, becomes more fitting after multiple listens to their futuristic funk-laden pop experimentations.

The message here is that it’s time to break free of societal restraints in order to integrate more of our true nature… Thank goodness Just Walden has delivered something to help us boogie our way toward self-enlightenment.

“Robbie D” is taken from the band’s forthcoming LP, From A Distant Land which is set to be in stores this August.

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