King Tuff, probably the most enigmatic folks in indie music, has a brand new album popping out in only a few days (April 13), and we’ve already gotten some promising seems to be at The Different to this point, through the title observe, “Psycho Star,” and the Jenny Lewis-featuring “Through The Cracks.” Earlier than the album drops, he’s shared another sneak peek at it, with the euphoric new music “Neverending Sunshine.”
Tuff shared an announcement concerning the music, wherein he says that it’s “about being eaten by the Solar and being OK with that,” and that he wonders why extra folks don’t acknowledge the Solar as an object of worship:
“Music and Nature are my faith, and I’ve at all times considered the Solar as God. It appears so apparent to me and I believe it’s humorous that extra folks don’t simply straight up worship the Solar. It’s a large ball of vitality within the sky that we revolve round and gave life to the whole lot on this planet. You possibly can’t even look immediately at it. We really feel blissful in its stunning heat rays and depressed when it’s obscured. They need to make stained glass temples on the seashore that play all the very best songs concerning the Solar on repeat and you’ll simply lay in them and dream. I had a dream as soon as that I used to be in a subterranean graveyard, the partitions and ceiling have been coated in moss and ferns, and there was this superb pure white daylight emanating from throughout the room. It was probably the most peaceable feeling I ever felt. I wrote ‘Solar Medallion’ not lengthy after that dream. I nonetheless take into consideration that place and hope I can discover it once more sometime. ‘Neverending Sunshine’ is about being eaten by the Solar and being OK with that. It’s additionally only a jam you’ll be able to play along with your home windows down carrying subsequent to nothing whilst you’re holding arms with a Slurpee.”
Hearken to “Neverending Sunshine” above.
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