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Launder releases intoxicating new single "Powder"

John Cudlip, otherwise known as Launder, recently dropped his newest single, “Powder,” an intoxicating mash-up of shoegazing instruments and poetic lyrics that mold the ebb and flow of this talented artist. Launder’s musical performance throws you into a passion-induced trance of 90’s indie and 00’s punk rock, which instills a certain type of emotion that is established immediately when the song begins. Indie rock has become a genre that mainstream media has recently been catching wind of and shaping into their own relatable and recognizable sound. Fortunately for us, Launder’s exclusive voice and stimulating musical performance throw the radio craze for a whirlwind, lighting up any occasion; including your dinner, wedding rehearsal, reunion, Thanksgiving, happy hour and evenings alone with a bottle of wine. Launder’s ability to highlight a single emotion through lyrics and then pair it with a powerhouse musical ensemble sets an indescribable mood that one can only understand with headphones on loud and lights off. “Powder” is mood defying, unapologetically original, strangely familiar, and refreshingly exclusive. Kayla Hay


Launder teases EP with jerky indie pop on "Annie Blue"

Launder - the songwriting project of John Cudlip - carries his fervent songs with a melancholy undercurrent. Akin to Brooklyn's DIIV (which makes sense, since key member Zachary Cole Smith plays guitar on this project), Cudlip's latest, "Annie Blue," also leans on jangly, lilting guitars with a heavy use of cavernous reverb. His is a romantic rumination that spirals off wth a jittery confusion.

"Annie Blue" is the second single off of Launder's upcoming EP, Pink Cloud


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