Koalra is a four-piece indie rock band known for their guitar-laden flows, lax rhythms, evocative vocals, and stellar production value. The result is an ambient rock sphere, dispelled with reverent texture and tonality. Their latest single, ‘Disasterclass’ stipulates a classic Koalra sound. Plush with rhythmic ambiguity, contemplative lyricism, and resounding melancholy, it is a sedating bloom. Listening to it, the listener becomes aware of the evolving symmetry of the soundscape, the fuzzy helix turning to reveal numbing frames. Listen Now!

iTunes Artwork for 'Disasterclass - Single (by Koalra)'

A lot of Koalra’s definition of indie is drawn from the 90s when the concept first gained prominence. But their ideation doesn’t belong exclusively to that time. Introducing experimental features and production techniques they strive to bring novelty and freshness to their listeners. If you enjoy the work of Arcade Fire, Tame Impala, and in general, mellow cerebral rock blends, this song is for you.

Koalra debuted in 2019 with a self-titled album and has since released five albums in three years. Each collection is a unique exposition, nuanced with insight and a lot of though; both thematically and sonically.

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

You can listen to ‘Disasterclass’ by Koalra here –