Today, the Atlanta-based indie pop outfit Drive On releases their debut single “Give In To Me.” The song is quite an impressive debut and one not to be taken lightly.

“Give In To Me,” is guided by a catchy vocal melody and an infectious bass line. Alongside these two dominant elements, the song is then complemented by clever guitar riffs, soaring synth melodies, and punchy percussive elements.

The band describes the direction of the song as “70s, 80s, and modern vibes in the vein of Beck, Foster the People, and Grouplove, among others.”

Outside of their work together as Drive On, the group has also released music for television. Most recently they worked the theme song for the FOX show Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back, as well as songs for Orange Is the New Black, Ellen, Undercover Boss, and many others.

Their debut, “Give In To Me” has an accompanying music video directed by filmmaker Seth Kark, which is also set for release next week.

Until then, stream the infectiously catchy single below.