Austin-based band Sun June takes us on a nightmarish situation in their new dreamy single “Singing.” Through chest-swelling synths and smeared riffs, “Singing” offers a soothing tune to chill while enjoying the summer breeze. Lyrically, however, Sun June shuffles through the emotional stagnancy and crippling despair that couples face when they can’t move past an argument. Enjoy:
Speaking of the song and video, Sun June’s Laura Colwell shared: “‘Singing’ is our groundhog day song. It’s about being stuck in an old argument with your partner, wishing you both saw the world the same way. The video expands on that idea by cycling through various mundane ruts we can get caught in. We also explore around our Austin neighborhood, where they’re tearing stuff down and building stuff up.”
“Singing” is from their upcoming album, which will be out early 2021 via Run For cover and Keeled Scales.
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