Henry Clay People
are dishing out an ode to indie rock with their new tune, "Backseat of a Cab." With its driving electric guitars, pretty melodies, and sing-along-worthy lines mingled with the slightest hint of nostalgia, it's one of those songs that will simultaneously make you move and think. It's also bringing people together, as frontman Joey Siara tells us: "'Backseat of a Cab' brings our original bassist and overall nicest-dude-in-the-world contender Noah Green back into the band, front and center. Noah has always been a musical big brother. He has the biggest vinyl collection out of anyone I know and is responsible for introducing me to some of my favorite bands. I think this song Frankensteins a bunch of our most beloved indie rock elements behind his lyrics about getting older and moving on from the indie rock rat race."
Give it a spin, and be on the lookout for their new album, Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives
, to drop June 26 on TBD Records
. You can also catch the band on tour
this summer with Motion City Soundtrack
, as well as headlining their own select dates.