Premiere: The Captain’s Son – ‘Walking Around Purposely’

Hazy, summer-infused, jangle-laden indie...

The Captain’s Son hail from Southern California, an area of the United States etched into popular culture for its sun, surf, and all-round good times.

There’s certainly a lot of the latter in the trio’s music, with each note seeming to glint with that perpetual West Coast halo.

The band’s new, self-titled EP drops on March 10th, and it matches a careful dedication to analogue sound to some breezy, care-free songwriting.

New cut 'Walking Around Purposely' airs first on Clash, and it’s sharp-edge jangle is reminiscent of Allah-Las, Cool Ghouls, or even cult British types The Soft Boys.

Paige Byrd: "Walking Around Purposely is a song about indifference, killing time, realizing the world around you and doing what you want while knowing you're not the only one trying to."

Tune in now.

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