If the job of a single is to entice and interest the potential listener in the album it is taken from, then Mt. Everrest does its job brilliantly in testing the water and gently teasing the audience on behalf of Indoor Monsson.

It isn’t hard to see where Walter FM’s musical passions lay. There is no small amount of 90’s alternative and indie about the track, but that is okay as it was a particularly golden age for that sort of music, and he delivers his take on those sounds and styles with panache and purpose.

Yes, Mt. Everrest does its job to perfection, and the proof is that I am already halfway through listening to the album that it calls home.

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