With infective harmonies through their prog-tastic instrumental assertions, the rhythm in music and awe, play with expert convection, as the lyrical dance of dances, teach and revive with every turn.
Said the band: “This song tells the story of a young person making all the wrong choices in their life, and how they found their way to better ones. We called this one “Thump” for a long time because of the main guitar technique we built the song around. While writing [‘Let Grow’], we allowed the song to explore different tempos and time signatures, culminating in an upbeat and major guitar/bass tapping outro.”
After a decade of making music together with other projects, Jc Balserak, Shane Hurtado, and Sean McCann have embraced the fire and ferocity of their rock band history, and married it to a new, ethereal melody-scape with Ouro.
The convergence of existential and of the terrestrial, mount into a surge of recompense. A deliverance of technique and vision, ‘Let Grow (Spiderwebs)’ resoundingly brings out a kind of happiness that is unique for all of us to feel.
Exploration, on a new high.
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You can now listen to our new song “Let Grow (Spiderwebs)” on all of your favorite streaming platforms! This song tells the story of a young person making all the wrong choices in their life, and how they found their way to better ones. We called this one “thump” for a long time because of the main guitar technique we built the song around. It’s dramatic, evocative, and we’re happy to finally share it with you in a recorded form! We might just have a studio video for this one coming out in the near future, too. 😉 Again, we’d like to thank @jaxxonwynn and @darkhorserecording in Nashville for helping us with tracking, @schmutz1.0 / @ramonamejia for the awesome artwork, and all of you for supporting us this far!