Drifting, dulcet and dreamy, this trance-inducing tune from Brighton quartet Penelope Isles is an alluring gem from the outset. As the hazy swirl of lo-fi rock unfurls, you could imagine it soundtracking your deepest sleep, with the fuzzy chords and cooing vocals overlaying a night of surreal slumberland adventures.

‘Gnarbone’ all stems from a hypnotic chiming riff and sounds to us like the meeting point between neo-psych bedroom pop and climbing Americana, coming over like Trevor Powers’ Youth Lagoon fronting The War on Drugs.

The foursome – made up of siblings Jack and Lily Wolter, plus Becky Redford and Jack Sowton – are certainly ones to keep your peepers on and their Saturday slot at the tantalising Together The People festival is shaping up to be a stonker.