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Endless Atlas x Odd Relics ‘Sun In My Eyes’ : It’s a longing, you’ll feel good about embracing.

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“This song is about having a relationship with a friend or family member who is always there, but never close, and never getting closer,” said Endless Atlas. “Just walking in parallel.” Dale Hiscock – in response to anxiety caused by the outside world – writes, performs, records, and mixes all the music as well as creates the software that enables the live performance.

“This is one of my more personal songs,” continued Dale. “Without getting too specific, it’s about having somebody in your life that you’re connected to by default, who you see time to time and care about, but never get closer to. You’re both just there, aware of the distance every time you run into each other, unable to do anything about it.”

A friendly melancholy fills the air when ‘Sun In My Eyes’ is played. Just like when people say good-bye, in knowing they will never see each other again. Or, as the seasons change, the slow acceptance of maturation and change of within – suddenly overlapping a consciousness that never was.

It’s a longing, you’ll feel good about embracing.

Originally only a studio project, Endless Atlas released its debut album ‘Geometry’ in 2019.

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Today the second single from my upcoming split EP is available! “Sun In My Eyes” is a song I took more of a lead role on – I provided the vocals, guitar, synth, and bass, while @odd_relics_ (Brian) laid down the drums – many layers of individual acoustic drums in addition to sequenced samples. This was the second song we recorded last summer when Brian was in town. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Lyrically, this is one of my more personal songs. Without getting too specific, it’s about having somebody in your life that you’re connected to by default, who you see time to time and care about, but never get closer to. You’re both just there, aware of the distance every time you run into each other, unable to do anything about it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Anyway, I’m very happy with how it came out and eager to share it with you. Take a listen and let me know what you think! Streaming links in bio. And as always, likes/follows on whatever streaming platform you use really help out the algorithm potential. I hate that that matters, but it does, so if you feel like clicking follow or the little heart while listening, it is very much appreciated. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Full album drops 6/2 – can’t wait for that! Love you all. . . . . . . . #boisemusicscene #thisisboise #boisemusiclovers #idahomusic #idahomusicians #idahomusicscene #indiemusic #indierock #indieelectronic #dreampop #endlessatlas #boisenoise #boisemusic #jacksonvillemusic

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