Star indie rock band, Atari Pilot are back with their enjoyable brand of melodic rock. 4X / 22 reinforces the magic of their synth rock style. The vivacious spins of visual sonics around old-school rock structures is a pleasure to witness. Influenced by artists like Bruce Springsteen, Daft Punk, and Oasis, the band strive to liberate mainstream music cultures as they blend timeless loops with modern indie sensibilities. Listeners of Tame Impala, The Weeknd, and the like are sure to enjoy the stimulating atmospheres of this band. 

You never know what to expect from this crew of creative musicians. Their exploration of unique musical concepts unravel with raw emotional quotients, elevated by grand consciousness. In this track, 4X / 22, you can see the dedication to melody – cultivated by vocals, riffs, synths, and even the fuzzy basslines. Forming in layers, each sonic accent leaves beautiful stylistic imprints on the other, allowing the diversity to coalesce and find definition. Listen Now! 

Atari Pilot debuted in 2011 with the album, Navigation of the World by Sound. They have since upgraded and gradually refined their pallet with tracks like ‘Releasing the Hounds’ and ‘Train of Life’. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to 4X / 22 by Atari Pilot here –