Muddy Elephant – When In Rome – Single Review

The new tune from Cheshire-based indie-poppers Muddy Elephant, ‘When In Rome’ is so quintessentially summery it should come with a free paddling pool.

Muddy Elephant’s new single ‘When In Rome’ is out now

If you love floating summery bops akin to the likes of Blossoms or The Sherlocks then Muddy Elephant are about to reshape your summer with their latest tune, ‘When In Rome‘. 

Alive with jangly, melodic guitars and light atmospheric percussion, ‘When In Rome’ is jam-packed with addictive hooks and lively beats.

Written about the journey of falling in love, packing up and running away on holiday, that sense of fun and careless adventure genuinely comes through as you listen. 

Since 2019 Muddy Elephant have been working on their sound. Developing five singles which have seen them start to shake the right bushes on the North-West indie scene. 

Appearing on BBC Introducing playlists left, right, and centre and adding sold out shows at Jimmy’s in Manchester, as well as a successful support slot at The Deaf Institute to their growing list of accomplishments. The Cheshire quartet’s stock is on the rise. 

‘When In Rome’ is the perfect type of tune to be releasing at this stage of their journey. It feels laser-guided at the summer party scene. You could imagine it blaring out over the speakers of some sun-drenched field in the middle of rural England, as you start to get your buzz on after so many ice cold cans of cider (other tipples are acceptable). 

There’s more than enough about this new track to entice the crowd and Sam Passey’s vocal works perfectly with the light-hearted nature of the tune. 

When In Rome‘ is available to download and stream now. Check out the video below. 

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