Nostalgia pervades the complexities of guarded love on Starveya’s “Let You In”

Kaitlin Ruether, 4 weeks ago
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The end-of-summer warmth of Starveya’s “Let You In” brings with it a sense of nostalgia. This feels just about right for a band that pulls from the psychedelic 60s in their creation of alternative-rock jams. 

The lushness of the track comes threefold: resonant guitar wraps around a clip-clopping rhythm, all tethered by sleek vocals that rise and fall thoughtfully. The Los Angeles based three-piece find a real groove with harmonies here. The juxtaposition comes with this song’s “anti love song” material. 

There is a helplessness when we want to know someone, truly know them, but their guard is up. Starveya explore this with a dreamy pining instead of taking a more melancholy route, and the result is full of richness. 

Starveya are currently working on their upcoming album, Abandon All Muses, which is set to be released in 2021. To hear more from the band until then, you can follow them on their website, SoundCloud, and Facebook page.  

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