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As a cold snap takes over Melbourne, there’s nothing better than a sun drenched release from up north to make things more exciting. And Major Leagues have delivered exactly that with their latest slice of indie pop – It Was Always You.

The piece utilises hazy vocals, the odd harmonising duet, and chirpy guitar work to create a comforting texture that is hard not to love. The piece wraps around like a blanket on a cold morning, throwing memories of summer days and times with friends. The lyrical content may have a tinge of regret behind it, but the overall atmosphere can be described as little else than comforting.

It Was Always You is consistent with the quality that we have come to expect of Major Leagues, but as the first single off their debut album, it’s hard not get more excited for what comes next. With a scattering of shows coming up soon, we can only hope that some more of this fresh material will be shown off.

Catch Major Leagues on tour this month:

Thursday April 20th | The Foundry, Brisbane

Thursday April 27th | Golden Age Cinema, Sydney

Saturday April 29th | Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Ayden Measham-Pywell

Tallest kid at every gig // Questionable dancer at best // twitter/instagram: ayds_on_toast