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Clubhouse Thank Their Semi-Soulmates In “Lucky Soul”

Synthpop

Photo: Courtesy of Impulse Artists

Ohio-based band Clubhouse gifts us the ultimate thank-you anthem to our semi-soulmates out there in “Lucky Soul.” Blossoming with a gloopy arrangement of sweet synthesizers and posh atmospherics, the track soars over gossamer production that toggle between bittersweet nostalgia and soothing realization. It’s sunny and has a concealed moodiness rooting back to longing that you can feel amidst the stacks of propulsive rhythms. Enjoy:

“‘Lucky Soul’ is about the one person in your life (or no longer in your life) who you made some really great memories with and helped you through tough times, but at the end of the day it just wasn’t meant to be – and that’s okay. Some people aren’t meant to be in your life forever. Sometimes, these people come in and out of your life to help you grow as a person,” explained the band.

The track marks the first release of the band since taking a year off. During their hiatus, vocalist Max Reichart underwent treatment for osteosarcoma (bone cancer) and now they’re back stronger than ever. The six-piece act will be playing at Wonderbus Music Festival in a few days and dropping another single in September. More good news to come:

8/17 – Wonderbus 2019 (Columbus, OH, USA)

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