Looking at the foreboding winter months quickly approaching on our calendars can be easy to do, especially considering that we’re already nearly halfway through August. Yet, we still have a few solid weekends that could be filled with plenty of warm-weather adventures, and Massachusetts-born, Oakland-based Grumpus has another addition to those accompanying playlists.

Dropping on his upcoming album, Sequestrian, “Weakdays” highlights the endearing indie pop qualities you’ll come to know and love from this budding young artist. Set to the backdrop of lazy strumming, the tune is defined by the unique and addictive vocal tone and lasting lyrics from solo member Graham Stevenson. It’ll squeeze perfectly in between both uplifting indie rock tracks and calming folk tunes, coming together in perfect harmony for that last road trip, camping excursion, or laid-back night on your back porch.

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