Cult Of Indigo, a dynamic alternative pop-rock ensemble hailing from various corners of Sydney, brings a fresh blend of musical influences to the table. Their roots in classic rock form the foundation, while individual elements of pop, post-modern, and punk coalesce, offering a diverse experience for listeners. Drawing inspiration from earlier luminaries like The Cranberries, Hole, and Pixies, they seamlessly integrate with the current wave of rock resurgence alongside bands like WAAX, Tired Lion, Cry Club, The Buoys, and Maggie Lindemann.
Their latest single, ‘Without’, weaves a tale of burgeoning love with a delightful fusion of sweet melodies, juxtaposed against the backdrop of gritty guitars, pulsating basslines, and powerful drumming. Listening to Cult Of Indigo is akin to stepping into the shoes of the main character in a 90s teen romantic comedy, capturing that nostalgic essence.
After a hiatus caused by a global crisis, coupled with personal challenges, 2023 has proven to be a reinvigorating year for the band. They’ve burst back onto the scene with live performances, engaging interviews, insightful podcasts, and the much-anticipated release of their new single, accompanied by the band’s inaugural music video.
Cult Of Indigo, fervent advocates of the pop-rock revival, continue to demonstrate their prowess in crafting music that resonates with a broad audience. Their ability to seamlessly fuse diverse musical elements stands as a testament to their versatility and creativity. With ‘Without’, they’ve not only delivered a song but also an experience that transcends time and genre, inviting listeners to immerse themselves in the heady nostalgia of a bygone era.