Premiere: Sleep Walking Animals Share New Single “Cold Moves Cool”
Brooklyn-based indie rock band Sleep Walking Animals are gearing up to release their debut album, “Alaska”, and they’ve just released a new single to give fans a taste of what’s to come. Titled “Cold Moves Cool”, the track is a mesmerizing blend of dreamy melodies and haunting vocals that captures the band’s signature sound.
The band, comprised of members Jay Rodger, Steven Bonacio, Nick D’Amore, and Dan Montalto, has been gaining attention in the indie music scene with their unique blend of shoegaze and indie rock. “Cold Moves Cool” is no exception, as it showcases the band’s ability to craft atmospheric and introspective music.
The single opens with a soft, ethereal guitar riff that sets the tone for the rest of the song. As the drums and bass kick in, the track builds to a crescendo, drawing the listener in with its hypnotic rhythms and introspective lyrics. Lead singer Jay Rodger’s haunting vocals add an extra layer of depth to the song, creating a sense of longing and introspection.
“Cold Moves Cool” is a perfect showcase of Sleep Walking Animals’ ability to create music that is both emotionally resonant and sonically captivating. The band’s dreamy sound and introspective lyrics make for a captivating listening experience, and “Cold Moves Cool” is no exception.
The track is a promising taste of what’s to come on “Alaska”, and fans of indie rock and shoegaze music are sure to find something to love in Sleep Walking Animals’ music. With its lush soundscape and emotive lyrics, “Cold Moves Cool” is a must-listen for anyone with a soft spot for dreamy, atmospheric music.
“Cold Moves Cool” is now available on all major streaming platforms, and is a must-listen for fans of indie rock and shoegaze music. With its captivating sound and introspective lyrics, the track is a promising glimpse of what’s to come from Sleep Walking Animals on their debut album, “Alaska”. Keep an eye out for the release of the album, and be sure to give “Cold Moves Cool” a listen in the meantime.