Indie Underground has your EXCLUSIVE first listen to Wood Lake’s newest track!

Soft and subtle Postal Service vibes flow from Wood Lake’s song “Easy Love”. The song sets sail and moves your consciousness into a lovely mesmerizing state.

The three-piece band from Ottawa, Ontario are projecting to release their first album “Hell” in April 2016. The band travelled to Toronto for a month and nestled up at Dream House Studios recording the album which involved experimenting with various recording techniques such as running guitars through old stereo receivers, manually creating phasing effects, and belting out vocals in a stairwell.

Wood Lake on the inspiration behind “Easy Love”:
The single expresses that everyone in the end just wants some easy love. We were listening to a lot of Simon and Garfunkel, specifically ‘Parsley Sage Rosemary and Thyme’ when we wrote ‘Easy Love’. We were trying to expand our songwriting with this song, and the chorus and bridge helped with that. ‘Easy Love’ is an Alternative Pop song written in June of last year and inspired by traditional Pop and Folk, but still seen through the lens of “blackgaze”.

Sit back, let your hair down and listen to Wood Lake’s “Easy Love” below.

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Aaron is the Founder / Chief Editor and curator of Indie Underground (Est. 2012) He is the Director for Dundas Street Festival, and a promoter for select events in London Ontario, Toronto, Canada and beyond. When Aaron's not working on Indie Underground, going through all the music submissions and working with the Contributors, you'll usually find him at a concert or DIY event. He's a sucker for glow in the dark bracelets, delicious vegetarian noms and the company of his cat, Charlie.