Have you been digging the dream pop and shoegaze resurrection over the last few years? Did 'Wonder 2' ruin the genre forever? Is nu gaze a silly expression? Do you like Kevin Shields' hair?

Georgian Waters gravitate towards the indie pop side of the dreamy, ethereal music scale; you're unlikely to hear a My Bloody Valentine 'holocaust' or Cocteau Twins-style glossolalia any time soon. But if you enjoy shoegaze renaissance bands, such as Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Yuck, then Stockholm-based Georgian Waters may well be worth a look.

'What Is In Your Heart' is big-chorused, accessible and catchy pop, which packs a number of the aforementioned genre's signature tricks, although perhaps lacks the danger and dirt of its shoegazing revivalist contemporaries Deerhunter, The Horrors and DIIV.

Stream the track, which is the first in a series of singles, below.