Introducing: PLAZA

PLAZA are four late-teens making indie rock about the trials and tribulations of growing up, from youthful romance to lukewarm beers. With the release of their third single last month, ‘Youth,’ the band gave us another dose of their defiant brand of post-indie music, with soaring guitars and brooding vocals. “I want it all, do you want it all, I need it all, do you need it all,” they demand on the swaggering bridge.

Having only formed last year, PLAZA are already attracting support from BBC Radio 1, and have supported the likes of Rat Boy, Jaws, and Gengahr. It’s easy to see why, with their moody twist on indie rock anthems and intelligent songwriting. Their debut single ‘Totem’ was an intricate, math-rock tinged sonic treat, and its follow-up ‘Blood Orange’ was another soaring, gorgeously hazy gem of a song. The PLAZA lads certainly have a bright future ahead of them, and we can’t wait to hear what they release next.

Listen to ‘Youth’ below: