8 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Local Train's four members could be the poster children for Indian indie rock: the band balances intimate, emotive lyrics with screaming guitars and atmospheric electronics, producing a sound that begs repeated listens, preferably under a starry sky. Vaaqif, released in 2018, finds The Local Train capitalising on the promise and potential of their 2015 debut smash, Aalas Ka Pedh. Raman Negi delivers his strongest songwriting to date with bold, anthemic choruses and whispered acoustic ballads, all underscored by captivating piano melodies.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Local Train's four members could be the poster children for Indian indie rock: the band balances intimate, emotive lyrics with screaming guitars and atmospheric electronics, producing a sound that begs repeated listens, preferably under a starry sky. Vaaqif, released in 2018, finds The Local Train capitalising on the promise and potential of their 2015 debut smash, Aalas Ka Pedh. Raman Negi delivers his strongest songwriting to date with bold, anthemic choruses and whispered acoustic ballads, all underscored by captivating piano melodies.

TITLE TIME

More By The Local Train

Songs

Albums