Austin, Texas band Sun June dropped the single and music video for Everything I Had.
The track is taken from the album Somewhere which doesn’t come until February 5, 2021 via Run For Cover/Keeled Scales
Kind of reminds me of Cate le Bon or those beautiful and tragic singer/songwriter dreamy alterna-pop music.
About the track:
“‘Everything I Had’ is about feeling stuck and wising you could go back in time. It misses when things were new and easy and full of promise,” said Sun June’s Laura Colwell. “It feels very ‘Austin’ to us, because things change here so quickly and it’s easy to fall into a rut and feel like the city is moving on without you. Friends are always leaving town too, so sometimes it’s fun to think moving to LA or New York would solve all our problems. It’s also fair to say that the song has taken on some new meaning during the pandemic. We’re all missing someone or something right now.
Somewhere showcases a gentle but eminently pronounced maturation of Sun June’s sound, a record full of quiet revelation, eleven songs that bristle with love and longing. It finds a band at the height of their collective potency, a marked stride forward that is able to transport the listener into a fascinating new landscape, one that lies somewhere between the town and the city, between the head and the heart; neither here nor there, but certainly somewhere.
Everything I Had gets: