Wichita’s Crusoe – a trio of wildly gifted and completed musicians – has been quiet since their 2015 launch of Captivate. Last Friday, they graced the world with their “relentlessly optimistic,” superbly produced & carried out new EP A Cure for Gravity. The 7-song effort is jam-packed with indie-pop goodness, strolling the skinny style traces of other and pop with refined digital undertones.
“The title A Cure for Gravity comes from the lyrics of “Go and Get It,” and it’s nearly pushing to seek out that factor that retains you transferring ahead, with a lot bringing us down on this life,” explains vocalist Jeremy Spring. “I believe for me, it’s making music and sharing it with others that retains me afloat. The first 5 tracks are resolved optimistic elements of curing your individual gravity, however the final two tracks actually take that heaviness head on. That’s a part of the therapeutic course of too – you’ve acquired to go proper by it earlier than you may actually transfer on.”
With a formidable sync historical past already beneath their belts – together with placements in varied Netflix exhibits and have movies – Crusoe appears to be like to seize the hearts of thousands and thousands with Gravity. Be positive to maintain up with the band on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and stream the complete EP beneath.