Jump Go by Anne Stott is an indie rock song that has all the angsty emotions that come with life’s downs but it doesn’t forget about life’s potential for ups either. In fact, Stott encourages you jump and go for it, whatever it may be throughout the song and in a final whisper scream that dares you to take the plunge. D

riven by a gritty, and perfectly grainy guitar (Damn I love that sound!), the song is reminiscent of my favourite early indie rock bands while still being a fresh addition to my playlist.

Stott’s vocals range from quiet and mellifluous to raw and powerful mirroring the changing rhythm of the song that is catchy, unpredictable and packs quite an emotional punch. The builds kick it and are my favourite aspect of the song. I recommend you turn the volume up for this one.

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