Joplin based four-piece Me Like Bees have created an upbeat indie rock escape with their new single 'Radio', a sharp cut about wanting to escape the unpleasant realities we often find ourselves in, but ultimately learning how to cope with such hardships.
Released in partnership with Honey Pit Music, 'Radio' delivers bright guitar notes, hard-hitting vocals and driving basslines that collide in a fervent and energetic indie rock anthem. Shades of synth-pop, alt-rock and timeless blues shine throughout, offering a sound like Cold War Kids meeting Jack White.
The first of new music for the band in over two years, 'Radio' is accompanied by an equally entertaining music video, in which, the intensity of the narrative can be felt through throbbing flashing lights and moody fast-paced cuts of scenes of various vintage radios.
Me Like Bees began in 2009 in Missouri by college dropout Pete Burton and former gas station attendance Luke Sheafer. The duo bonded over their shared influence of indie rock greats including The White Stripes, The Strokes, and Modest Mouse who would ultimately influence the band's future releases. Bass player Jake Bennett joined the group as did drummer Ben Davis, completing the four-piece.
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