The rosy colored sunglasses in the sun drenched California dizziness, directs that imagination and circumstances in Juan de Fuca’s All The Time.
And that dizzy and unexplainable morass, can keep one stuck to the ground. Shoulders heavy. Legs weak.
“Does it matter if we get up?”
But we do.
And often than not, we come through with flying colors – achieving the goals previously made (even if with bit more gray hairs).
Momentum pushes boundaries.
Boundaries stretched, then chipped away.
That’s our daily lives, in sum.
Something bigger than what the original plan was supposed to be.
We need to do this. We deserve to become.
And that’s what we hear and feel in ‘All The Time’.
Evolving from the confines of a solo project into an emotionally reaching five piece powerhouse, Juan de Fuca renders heavy dreams through the catacombs of their beautifully textured debut album Solve/Resolve.
A blank underscore, in a complete sentence – the emptiness can be over whelming. We have to complete it.
Noun. Verb. Thought. Sound.
“There has to be something more we can do.”
There is. There will – always.
We’ll borrow Fred Thomas’ remarks:
“Over the course of the Solve/Resolve, ambient pop repeatedly crashes headlong into dire, unrepentant rock and when it’s finished, the room feels noticeably changed, as if we’ve all been through something and the air itself is different because of it.”
We dig. Lots.
The band’s new album ‘Solve/Resolve’ drops January 12, 2018.
They’re rep’ed by fabulous Arrowhawk Records, out of Athens Georgia.