Portable Radio release their new single, backed with two new B-sides, and we have the exclusive premiere of the bands’ new video!
Portable Radio’s new single ‘Should’ve Bounced’ is out today, with a brand new video and B-sides to boot!
Taken from their eponymous debut LP, which we described as a ‘triumph of fun and happiness’ and ‘the sound of your summer;’ ‘Should’ve Bounced’ has echoes of ELO and all that fun ’70s pop to make you bop.
Should’ve Bounced comes backed by two new tracks. You’ll get the heady, synthy ‘Happy Coincidence;’ part lost Eurovision gem, and part Kenny Loggins in his imperious soundtrack years.
There’s also an achingly lovely new version of LP closer ‘Kick Me Out;’ a track which swoons like the lovechild of The Isley Brothers and Hall & Oates.
Should’ve Bounced is out today and available from the Portable Radio Bandcamp page. Let this band soundtrack your summer and make that sunshine feel that little bit sweeter.
Check out Should’ve Bounced, the brilliant new video from Portable Radio, below.
You can read our review of Portable Radio’s debut LP here. Mof from Portable Radio has also written two guest articles for At The Barrier. You can read his thoughts on Paul McCartney and why he is the greatest here. You can also read his sublime piece on The Beatles in 1971 here, as part of our celebration of that imperious year for music.