“Countless Charade” has an analogous psychedelic swirl, an otherworldly drive-by. “Jake made that first demo and it kind of has a Pink Floyd inspiration behind it,” Underwood acknowledges.
The nearer, “Love,” was born at the start of the lockdown for the coronavirus. “I used to be kind of messing round in my room with synthesizers. I am probably not not that conversant in keyboards, however I wished to attempt one thing new, make a track that was a little bit bit totally different,” Underwood says. “That was a enjoyable experiment for me and challenged my songwriting talents a little bit bit focusing round a special instrument than the guitar.”
Underwood is engaged on a few EPs, one with native singer/guitarist Julian Creech-Pritchett who leads the band Candy Dream. Creech-Pritchett additionally performs drums on a number of songs on The Dune Sea’s new album. Underwood and The Dune Sea are additionally engaged on an digital EP Underwood describes as Daft Punk-inspired. “We’re kind of experimenting as a lot as we are able to, attempting out totally different types.”
Launched on Dec. 4, the album is on the market from all the standard suspects: Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Bandcamp, Amazon, YouTube. “Just about all over the place you’ll find music. We have been selling it on our Instagram, @Theduneseaband. And Twitter, Fb all the identical, @theduneseaband.”
That is the primary time the band has spent over a 12 months making an album. “I actually assume it exhibits, sounds so significantly better than every part we have ever performed,” Underwood says. “I believe all of the songs are actually good. Normally after I make an album there’s one thing I look again on and want I would performed in a different way or might have been happier with once we put it out, however this time there’s actually not something I really feel that means about. I actually like all of the songs. And I am simply actually happy with it.”
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