As cultures mix and mingle, so too does musical style and sound. From the country's melting pot come alt-rock group, Welshly Arms. Blending genres, the group has cooked up a unique feast of rock, pop, and gospel-blues. With their latest release, "Indestructible," prepare yourself for robust guitar strings and a pop-tinged chorus that thrives off of a funkified shuffle.
Premiering here a day ahead of its April 27 release date, lead vocalist Sam Getz shares,
"'Indestructible' is about being in love with someone that's out of your league. You know they'll never break down and fall for you, but in a way that's what makes you want them even more."
Welshly Arms' musical tendency is making their audiences feel at home. Through a unified love of music and their individual Midwestern roots, Welshly Arms widens classic rock to bridge a bolder, soulful strut. Of "Indestructible" Getz also gives,
"That one's fun. We wanted to give people something to move to. We kicked it off with a feeling. It's about a woman who's too strong for you. You're having a hard time getting something going, because she's so indestructible."
Welshly Arms is made up of hometown friends Sam Getz (lead vocals, guitar), Brett Lindemann (keyboard, vocals), Jimmy Weaver (bass, vocals), Mikey Gould (drums), Bri Bryant (vocals), and Jon Bryant (vocals). The band formed in 2013 after an impromptu backyard BBQ jam session at frontman Getz' home. With a slew of press, touring, and a feature on Jimmy Kimmel Live! behind them, the band continues to look ahead. Welshly Arms will play some of the biggest summer festivals this year, in addition to a tour with Thirty Seconds to Mars. Find a show near you here. You can also anticipate their debut, full-length Republic Records album to release this June.
For now, grab your first listen of Welshly Arms' newest single, "Indestructible" off of their upcoming album, No Place Is Home, below: