Borrowing from its home album ‘After The Rain’, French singer-songwriter Indolore weaves perhaps the most quintessential folk-pop number coming out of the indie scene. Oh Boy, featuring the smooth coffee vocals conventional to Indolore, with the dabbling of the guitar and the occasional piano — is the poster definition of a balladic summer romance, if there ever was one. The song follows the traditional boy-meets-girl dynamic that is akin to lovesick undertones. Perhaps diminutive of the title of the album it belongs to, Oh Boy is the optimistic love song that follows dystopia — it resonates buoyancy of thought and, somewhat topically, the assurance of the continuity of life after adversity. The musical elements in the song draw their roots for traditional acts in the folk-pop scene — think the best of Phillip Phillips, Bon Iver and Peter, Paul and Mary. A great pick-me-up track, Oh Boy carries the potential to be played both out of the windows of cars rushing past freeways, as well as a number that features in the intimate romantic moments between people.