L.A. alt pop band Dutch Party blend a soft spot for analog with enduring, beachy melodies in their single “Now And Later.” Bubbly guitar lines and a running bass breathe life into the track, while frontman Ken Franklin’s gravelly vocals smooth over all edges. Citing inspiration from David Bowie and The Beatles, Dutch Party set their sights high with influences anywhere from Motown, to Brit-rock, to subtle notes of 80’s synthpop. Their zinging pop ambition, mixed with a love of lo-fi and true DIY spirit led to the coining of the band’s signature “high flying lo-fi” sound. “Now And Later” comes straight from the band’s upcoming sophomore EP, Combat Pop, to be released this fall. Check out the music video for the track below.