Sun June’s New Video “Discotheque” Is A Bittersweet Journey Of Nostalgia

Nostalgia is a blissful sadness

Photo: Courtesy of Grandstand Media

Austin-based quintet Sun June taps into the pain and pleasure of nostalgia in their new video “Discotheque” where they take us into the stressfully peaceful landscapes and sunsets. It’s a soothing track that lets you gracefully grieve for the past, but also relive its joyous moments. Watch below:

“Discotheque” is from the band’s upcoming debut album, Years, which will be out on June 15. Formed by Laura Colwell and Stephen Salisbury who started songsculpting while working in Director Terrence Malick’s editing rooms, the duo expanded their lineup with Michael Bain (guitar), Sarah Schultz (drums) and Justin Harris (bass). The quintet has been working on their debut LP for most of 2017 and recently performed at SXSW. They have more shows coming up:

4/29 – Mohawk (Austin, TX, USA)

5/16 – Stubb’s (Austin, TX, USA)

6/16 – Neon Rose (El Paso, TX, USA)

6/17 – Owls Club (Tucson, AZ, USA)

6/19 – Bootleg Theater (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

6/20 – The Knockout (San Francisco, CA, USA)

6/21 – Tender Loving (Chino, CA, USA)

6/22 – Cascadia Brewing (Olympia, WA, USA)

6/23 – Turn Turn Turn (Portland, OR, USA)

6/28 – Trunk Space (Phoenix, AZ, USA)

6/29 – Launchpad (Albuquerque, NM, USA)

6/30 – Lost Horse Saloon (Marfa, TX, USA)