Erupting with their volatile grunge-rock tones, Vesper Green’s new single ‘Sub Solar’ (out April 5) is an unconstrained onslaught of angst.
With another punch to the face, ’Sub Solar’ is just the third single release from this Brisbane-based 4-piece.
At the end of 2017, Vesper Green debuted with their single ‘Innocent Illiterate’, followed up by their heated track, ‘What Will I Wear’ in mid-2018.
Now, Vesper Green once again are coming out with waves of attitude with this new single.
’Sub Solar’ is an eclectic catharsis of purging rock that lyrically and instrumentally alludes to the fact that time slips through the hands. Life passes by pretty quick when it’s spent sitting around on a torn, 2nd-hand couch checking out of life in the void of vivid colours from an LED screen. So, upon realisation of having dropped the ball, there’s an anxious panic and rush to pick up the pieces to make up for all of the wasted time.
Frontman of the band, Nick Ashby states, “In these scenarios you’ve got to be aware of yourself and make the changes so that you cut out the sh*t and find a focus.”
Vesper Green have picked up their own pieces and together have produced a dynamically shifting track, filled with ever-changing segments, tempos and vocal melodies. The end results is like sweating out in the melting heat of the midday sun that’s directly overhead – coincidently known as the subsolar point.
The band are launching their new single immediately on the 13th of April at Brisbane’s The Zoo alongside the Semantics and Concrete Palms.
There is plenty more to come from Vesper Green in 2019 as they prepare for their debut EP – stay tuned for more unconstrained grunge-rock.