Nashville alt-rock quartet The Indigo have announced the upcoming release of their new single, “Even If You Do”, a romantic ballad focusing on the developing, yet blissful, beginning stages of a new relationship. Refusing to conform to a singular sound, The Indigo sought inspiration for this track from a wide range of genres. From country with music legend Glen Campbell, to rock royalty The Beatles, to the reflective tones of Father John Misty, the multitude of influences can be heard all throughout their new track. The Indigo worked closely with producer Toby Hulbert (RCA Studios/Abbey Road), as well studio engineer Colin Lott (East Avalon Sound Recorders) to create their third single, “Even If You Do,” out on all digital platforms on December 6, 2020.
Originally an acoustic duo, childhood friends Tanner Gray (guitar/piano/vocals) and Colby Wilson (guitar/vocals) expanded The Indigo in late 2019 with the addition of Gray’s college bandmates, bassist Chase Porter and drummer Zach Corder. The band released their first two singles, “The Way You Say No” and “Dizzy,” earlier this year to rave reviews. A Journal of Musical Things says about “Dizzy”: “Dream-pop tinged melodies in the chorus create a delightful contrast and gives this song a dynamic, fun energy.”
Check out the new single by The Indigo, “Even If You Do”, out December 6th. Can’t wait? Check out their first two singles, “The Way You Say No” and “Dizzy”, available now on all streaming platforms.
Childhood friends, Tanner Gray and Colby Wilson, have been writing music together since they were kids. Starting out as an acoustic duo, they have since developed a full band sound that blends modern day alt-rock music with the touch of 60s inspired melodies and harmonies. Tanner met bassist Chase Porter and drummer Zach Corder while attending college at Mississippi State University. They started making music together, and over time, played in several different bands. Now, they all form The Indigo, pulling inspiration from a variety of music that spans many genres and generations that help keep their sound fresh and widely appealing.
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