2017-06-28 06:16:13 UTC
Low Sun just released their first single, “Into Sun”. The track comes ahead of a split they are a part of called Human Sun with Toronto band HUMANITIES - out July 13, 2017.
"Lyrically on “Into Sun” we wanted to experiment with how we could dissect and ultimately expand on the seemingly mundane experiences people tend to let pass them by. Mostly, we were curious as to what separates an everyday, or random observation, with one that is powerfully religious in its essence. Sometimes we are unaware that attention and perception are the only things that separate the two."
The Human Sun split contains their first two songs which serve as an intro to their band. Their contributions to the release are also pieces of their upcoming full length which they plan to release this fall.
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