Following the demise of their previous group, San Francisco-based musicians Liz Brooks (lead vox, synth), Paul McCorkle (guitar, synth) and Greg Wieman (drums) decided to take things in a new direction. Rounding out the lineup with Brian Howell (bass), the more pop oriented, retro-synth tinged Sunset Lines was born.
With a flare all of their own, Sunset Lines made their debut with their dark, murky single “Glass”. They are now contrasting that with an upbeat summer jam, “The Miles”. The song is a modern blend of a rock track with a pop flare making the perfect song to sip a beer while enjoying while reminiscing in the summer sun. The drums mixed with energetic vocals creates a delightful tune for the ears.
“This is a song about leaving home and the pangs of guilt/sadness that hang over you before the excitement of being in a new life sets in. We wanted the contrast of the bright guitar hooks/shimmering synth to offset the more somber tone of the lyrics,” shares the band.
Be sure to be on the look out for their upcoming debut EP “Slippery Slopes”, for more of their infectious tunes!