Based in Melbourne, five-piece Sagamore have released yet another contagious track from their upcoming second EP Longer via Flightless Records/Remote Control, following the release of the first single ‘Feelings’ earlier in the year. Layered with their closet-soul and blues-sounding pop, the single ‘Iodine’ follows a progressive and haunting melodic vibe, with frontman Sam Cooper singing sugary lyrics over gentle piano keys. With Melbourne performer Maximus Po dancing in dimly lit rooms, the clip is edited in black and white; again providing listeners with Sagamore’s bluesy, smooth, and effortlessly cool pop. Check out the video below:
Sagamore will appear at this year’s Queenscliff Music Festival, which will be held from November 28th to the 30th.