New Orleans four-piece One South Lark get introspective with their breakout single “Japanese Soda.” It’s got all the makings of a drowsy indie rock hit, featuring jangly rhythm guitar, kinetic drum work, and clarion vocal lines. Quietly brooding lyricism gives the track a slight edge, while musically it unfolds as lighthearted and easy on the ears. It’s the kind of song to put on when you’re not sure what to listen to, covering all bases with universally relatable lyricism and a tireless beat. If this track is right up your alley, keep the ball rolling with One South Lark’s  brand new single, “Excuses.”