Winnipeg indie wunderkinds Julien’s Daughter are back with another single, “Rockefeller.” Tight bass lines coupled with singer Emma Murphy’s vocals give a noise rock vibe akin to the Sonic Youths and My Bloody Valentines of yesteryear while simultaneously channeling the tight indie rock of Metric and Blondie. This caliber of sound isn’t easy to come by, and is the result of playing together for five plus years – starting off in their teens. Speaking to the making of the song, Murphy said:

It’s a song about how exhausting the breakup process can be. I wrote this song at a time when a lot of people were making different narratives about me and I was just trying to focus on healing.”

If this is a harbinger of things to come, I hope that it doesn’t take more traumatic events to keep the bangers comin’. You can hear “Rockefeller” on Spotify or Soundcloud, along with the band’s impressive back catalogue (like “Barb 217,” which we wrote about previously here).