Produced by John Rausch (Florence + The Machine, P!nk, Foxes), “Letting In The Dead” is a very well put together track that includes an attractive melody and crisp sounds from each instrument involved.
“Letting In The Dead” is about a person holding a seance for the ghost of a dead relationship. The person is haunted by this spirit and wants to help it find peace so it will rest.
– Ray Silva (Lead Vocalist)
The song first premiered on All Things Go on May 17th and is one of many that exemplifies the progression in the group’s writing dynamic.
Over the last three years the members of the band have faced many hardships. They’ve endured breakups, living out of rehearsal spaces or cars, marriages falling apart, and family deaths, but through it all, they’ve learned how to write as a group, and this important quality has assisted them in taking their careers as musicians to the next level.
Feeling as confident as ever, the future looks bright for the West Coast four-piece. Having already supported popular bands such as Foster The People and Matt & Kim on tour as well as having their music featured on popular television shows such as Shameless (Showtime) and Boston’s Finest (TNT), there’s no telling what big things are in store for the future.
For now though, enjoy their latest release by streaming “Letting In The Dead” above.