Popular American Indie Rock band ‘The Sunset Kings’ has just released their latest single ‘Blue Dream.’ The song is everyone’s type and upbeat with a tad bit of nostalgia. The interesting and unusual blend of these elements makes it such a unique song that you can’t stop listening to it on loop. The Sunset Kings have got to be the most underrated artists. Song after song, they have proven that their musical genius is not up for debate. This time again, their song Blue Dream is a dream song for everyone.
I think I loved her far too much to make her stay
I think I let the thought of us take me away
She’s velvet smooth and carries torches in her eyes
But I can’t look away. I think I like the fire.
It just makes the song all the more realistic. You can feel the emotion in the singer’s voice. The song is as raw as it gets. It outlines the thought process as someone trying to figure out where they went wrong. Maybe it’s because they loved them too much. Or maybe because they were carried away by their thoughts and dreams. I think it is safe to say that we have all been there.
If you haven’t checked this out, we strongly recommend that you do so because we have got it playing on repeat since the moment we discovered this gem!
Blue Dream by The Sunset Kings is now available on all major streaming platforms. You can also find it on YouTube so, make sure not to miss this one!
About The Sunset Kings
The Sunset Kings is an American indie rock band in the post-Frank Ocean era. Their cinematic lyrics are inspired by beat poetry and the Boston poetry scene. Their unique blend of music incorporates jazz, pop, psychedelia, soul, and prog influences to create forward-thinking alternative rock.
The band’s first full-length album, ‘The Ballad of Bella Fury,’ begins in a hotel room in Laguna Beach, scrawled on a notepad one summer night in 2012. It’s about cross-country road trips, alcohol-driven nights on the beach, and the heartbreak rollercoaster of love, hate, and self-discovery that leads to seven friends from all across North America brought together in Boston by the struggles and highs of music. Distorted guitars, improvisational saxophone melodies, and sweeping string arrangements punctuate a story about coming of age in a world that’s getting smaller and farther removed from its origins.
Their newest release, ‘Shadow Work In Technicolor,’ follows the band into 2020, two years after the death of their bassist Shag. The tug and war of touring as an independent band and the members of the band dealing with grief, loss, and trying to maintain their lives back in Boston lead to the ultimate dissolution of The Sunset Kings, as each member ventures into independent solo projects. ‘Shadow Work In Technicolor’ is the joint effort of vocalist Star and saxophonist Neumi as they weigh the pressures of their elevating musical experiences against their hidden personal struggles.
You can check out the Instagram @thesunsetkings.