Future Indie group Limón Limón share ‘July in Sydney’: Listen

Photo: Courtesy of the artists
Photo: Courtesy of the artists

You don’t have to wait until July to enjoy this love song. Limón Limón serves the heat with the melodic and breezy track about a girl he’s fallen in love in his sleep. She had bright blue eyes; her name was Fiona. Hear the song inspired by “a book with a mysterious inscription found in a Sydney bookstore” below. The concept behind the songwriting piqued my interest. The perspective is unique, but production wise, it sounds like other songs I’ve heard.


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