Sleep Science Release New Single “Sounds of the Underground”

Published on November 14, 2017 by Jessica_Golich

Each and every day, we stroll past buses and trains awash with an assortment of diverse individuals living life through their own narrative. We ramble past cars painstakingly struggling through rush hour traffic. We hustle past individuals burdened by daily loads of emails, meetings, and appointments galloping on crowded streets to their next destination. Vancouver band, Sleep Science, are the embodiment of delightfully nostalgic and quality rock that we crave to have the opportunity to shift the trajectory of the music that kids are soaking up on the radio these days.

 

Challenging social norms with a metaphorically rich lyrical treasure that brings to the light the opportunity for change that comes with living life in a rushed daze, their latest track, “Sounds of the Underground”, possesses lyricism that highlights the tale of the never-ending search and discovery of self. “Sounds of the Underground” is a blast of rejuvenated Rock energy that spins off into a fresh fusion of bloody good progressive instrumental elements that leave listeners in a state of utter contemplation.

 

Guitar-driven Alternative Rock with energetic bolts of ferocity in vocal expression from lead singer, Taylor Nichol, stand out as two highlights that balance each other out and make it worthy of a listen. Sleep Science recorded “Sounds of the Underground” in Los Angeles with prolific producer, Rick Parker, within an environment that has inspired creative classics from bands such as Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.

 

Sleep Science would serve as the perfect openers for major acts to kick off the show with a dose of passion and energy that is full of vigor and force. If you’re a fan of a mixture of bands such as Incubus, Jimmy Eat World, Cave In, Circa Survive and The Smashing Pumpkins, then keep an eye out for new releases and check out what Sleep Science has to offer on Soundcloud.

 

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