Love isn’t an easy concept to grasp. Many of us never full grasp it through our final days. But as we mature, our concept of love certainly changes, as do relationships and our views on everything. LA’s Starveya understands this and their new single explores this:
When we are young, love is a concept we don’t fully understand and is often driven by impulses, physical attraction, ego and other things that are not conducive to a lasting relationship. So as we get older and mature, we can grow apart from a person because the relationship you had with that person was not built on a secure foundation.
Starveya is Aaron Martinez on lead vocals and guitar, Desi Martinez on guitar and backing vocals, and Kenny Lockwood on drums. Along with friends Mathew Meseberg on bass, Paul Reagor on synth, and Juan Lopez on organ, the trio puts forth a hypnotic track with a solid accompanying video on the heels of the warmer months. The contemplative feel of the song truly feels like the change of seasons and is fitting for this time of cooling weather and uncertainty that is defined as the Fall/Winter of 2020. With a sound that seems to owe as much to the Eagles and the Smashing Pumpkins – the psychedelic, folk, and alternative influences collide to create an indie rock sound that feels both familiar and fresh.