Minneapolis five-piece Robat has spearheaded the release of their debut album with the single “Seeds.” This is some DIY indie rock at its finest, featuring mellow vocals, dialoging guitars, and snappy percussion. Singer Alex Wright intones “lost but on the loose / sunflower seeds and evergreens / fractions of our youth,” effectively striking a chord with all the sad kids struggling with the sense of stagnation that comes with aging – we’ve all been there. It’s a heartfelt outcry to hold onto recklessness and naivety, while soothing all your cares away. If you like what you hear, be sure to catch more of Robat’s latest album, Tiny.