High Diner is a Boston based Indie-Pop band with a unique sound and infectious music. The songs are catchy, fun, and stay in your head all day long. These talented musicians have found the perfect formula for breezy, catchy tunes, and leave the listener wanting more.
The song “C.K.F” starts out with a funky intro, with guitars, the tapping of the hi-hat, and drums. Then the organ comes in, giving the song a unique, 70’s-ish vibe. The lead singer’s voice is decent, and the vocals are distorted, giving the song a nostalgic feel. Its reminiscent of the technique used in Foster the People’s “Pumped Up Kicks.” The keyboard, organ, and synthesizers on the track give it an old school edge, and the talents of the band are evident in the catchy instrumentation that complements the vocals perfectly. On “Pretty Redhead,” the band showcases a more breezy, laid-back, almost a Caribbean vibe. It’s memorable, and again the organ-infused instrumentation is unique. The vocals are decent, and his voice works well for this type of song. The song’s classic sixties vibe brings to mind bands of yore such as the Beach Boys. This type of carefree California beach style of music is not heard often these days, so it’s refreshing to hear this type of music from this band.
High Diner is a great band with cool, retro sounds and great catchy lyrics. They have talent, and a knack for lighthearted songs with great hooks. This band is poised to have great success in the music world, and it’s only a matter of time before High Diner is a well-known name!