LA-based rockers Starveya delivers an anti-love song titled “Let You In,” an intricately constructed soundscape filled with swirling riffs that takes you into the vortex of their creativity. “Let You In” is not necessarily a song that condemns the idea of love, but one that taps into romance that was never real. Whether it was a lopsided one or imaginary one, Starveya leaves it up to its listeners. “I’ve never felt this way before / But my dreams were so much more” croons lead vocalist Aaron Martinez. “Let You In” blooms in a slow-burning fashion with its expansive chords and swelling choruses that nestle you between the spectrum of reality and fantasy. There is a constant feeling of moodiness throughout the track that captures the heartache of realizing the pseudoness of it all. Hit play:
In their own words, the song is “Sort of an anti love song, it is loosely about love and relationships. Not so much about a love lost as it is about a love that never was. Or never was what you thought it to be or dreamt it to be.”
Comprised of Aaron Martinez (vocals, guitar, synths), Desi Martinez (guitar, bass, backing vocals) and Kenny Lockwood (drums, bass, backing vocals), Starveya is known for making psychedelic rock sound that have influences of grunge and 60s. The name ‘Starveya’ means “A continuing cycle in which one star carries out its path in the sky only to be replaced by a new star” or “An image originating from a celestial body that no longer exists but can still be seen from a distance of light years.” The band began making waves with their 2013 EP Stellar Womb and has been making buzz across the local scene. “Let You In” is from their upcoming album Abandon All Muses, which will be out in 2021.
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