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Loneshark ‘Record Store’ : Chill but riotous; exemplary and insanely catchy.

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Johnny Vitale is Loneshark. He’s talented. He’s cooly engaging. He’s hotly contested. The world is where his oysters will be cooked, and he’s okay with that.

Said Johnny: “Recently I’ve been preoccupied with the ideas of apocalypse and faith, so these two tracks are the result. ‘Record Store’ is a four-on-the-floor, somewhat disco-inspired dance track that utilizes sampled drums, bass guitar, electric guitar, and synthesizers…. I wrote this song imagining where I’d like to be if the world were ending. That place would be a record store. So this song is about that.”

‘Record Store’ is in a series of seriousness where his construction of words to music to vibes is where he lives like a king. It’s another example of what it’s like to hear another proper indie-pop that just isn’t conventional, but it’s wholly very intercontinental in its vices.

Chill but riotous; exemplary and insanely catchy, indeed.

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