Freelance Whales can only be described as a multi-instrumental, electic, fun-loving indie-pop band. Both their music and their demeanor is catchy and makes you feel right at home. I first discovered them a while back on one of my favorite music blogs, I Guess I’m Floating. Since then, I haven’t been able to stop listening to their songs. 
Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, the band gained notoriety while playing in the New York subway. They self-released their EP Weathervanes in early 2009, and re-released it again under their label Mom + Pop in April 2010. Most of the songs off the EP were a compilation of chilhood memories and dream journaling composed by the frontman Judah Dadone.
An interesting fact about the band is that Chuck Criss (who plays banjo and a plethora of other things) is the brother of Glee‘s Darren Criss. Obviously talent runs in the family. Below is the video for my favorite song on their album, entitled “Hannah.”

 What do you guys think of Freelance Whales?