Canongate’s latest offering, ‘Sometimes, everyday’, is a vibrant indie anthem that showcases the duo’s undeniable chemistry and musical prowess. Hailing from Edinburgh, this two-piece band has honed their craft since their teenage years, and it shows in the polished yet adventurous sound they bring to the table.

The song delves into the theme of miscommunication, a topic many can relate to, with a fresh perspective. With its quirky melodies and unpredictable twists, ‘Sometimes, everyday’ takes listeners on a sonic journey that keeps them hooked from start to finish. The inclusion of a French section adds an extra layer of intrigue, demonstrating the band’s willingness to push boundaries and experiment with different sounds and languages.

Having garnered attention on BBC radio and shared stages with notable artists like JW Francis, Canongate proves they are more than ready for the spotlight. Their passion for their craft shines through in every note, and it’s evident that they have big dreams for the future. ‘Sometimes, everyday’ is not just a song; it’s a testament to Canongate’s dedication and talent, and a promising glimpse into what lies ahead for this dynamic indie duo.

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