New Audio: Multinational Indie Rock Outfit Easy Jane Releases a “120 Minutes”-like Anthem

Formed back in 2018 Easy Jane — Charles Debras and Yara Nammour — are currently split between Belgium and Lebanon. Since their formation, the multinational indie outfit has developed and specialized in a sound rooted in 80s and 90s alt rock, indie rock and post punk vibes — and driven by their shared similar circumstances, influences and ideas.

After the release of their debut album Manic Mood, an album of experimental material. Recorded at Beirut‘s Tunefork Studios, Easy Jane’s sophomore album Play, sees the band further experimenting and refining their approach while collaborating with a talented collection of local musicians and producers.

Play‘s latest single “Star Darling” is an alt rock anthem centered around an alternating quiet verses, loud choruses featuring stormy, distortion pedaled guitars, thunderous drumming, arena rock friendly hooks and achingly plaintive vocals. Sonically, the song brings back fond memories of 120 Minutes MTV era alt rock — in particular, The Cranberries.