Sunny Seat by Vinegar Mother.
New York City-based indie progressive soul band Vinegar Mother have released a new track (and accompanying video) called “Sunny Seat,” appearing on their upcoming EP by the same name, dropping on November 18th.
The cathartic tune narrates the troubled inner mind of the protagonist, played by front woman Julia Zivic, while she tries to cope with heartbreak and encounters various reminders of her loss along the way. Ironically enough, the tune started out as a journal entry of Zivic’s, as she explains, “I was writing on the subway after a bad falling out with one of my longest best friends.” As the G train went over the Gowanus Canal bridge and the sun hit her directly in the face, Zivic was comforted by its warmth, however the unbearable feeling of loss lingered and the song began to pour out.
The Sunny Seat is due out November 18th, with a special limited cassette release coming March 2017 via Invertebrate Records.
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