Holy upbeat indie-rock fun! One thing just turned my whole day around, and it was the Arkell’s new single "Come to Light." I loved the Canadian band's new track from the first few notes, and even more after hearing what lead singer Max Kerman had to say about it:
"Loud and hard, the rain came down like it meant it. Our van's window wipers worked furiously. It was summer, the band was on the road somewhere in the northeast, and we were driving through a torrential rain storm. Mike couldn't see more than five feet in front of us, and if you spoke at a normal volume you wouldn't be heard. There's always a moment though — in the split second you drive through an underpass — where you find a moment of serenity. It’s calm, peaceful and quiet. And then boom — you’re back in the shit. 'Come to Light' is about finding that moment and holding on to it."
This toe-tapper will be featured on their upcoming full length album, High Noon, produced by Tony Hoffer (M83, Phoenix, Beck). Look to get your full fix of the band’s bubbly rhythms, heartfelt lyrics, and rock-out vibe on August 5th. And be sure to check out the lyric video as well! Enjoy!