Spotlights have shared their second single, “Sunset Burial”, off their upcoming album “Alchemy For The Dead” out April 28th via Ipecac.
The video was directed by John Pope and edited by Mario Quintero.
Mario Quintero shared this about the song: “’Sunset Burial’ is a self-reflective story about what goes through our minds while waiting to die. What it’s like to deal with feeling something as inevitable as death, and the last minute hope and fear that goes with it. All the while, feeling the calm and relief of passing on.”
The band will head out on a tour to support the album starting in late April.
Alfredo & Edeath, are a couple of music lovers who met later in life but grew up loving almost the same bands and hating others but always listening to music, old and new, and apart from collecting vinyl and books and going to see every good band coming to town, (or a few miles away), got together and created "I think i better follow you around", a website/music blog, where they share all the music they like and help promote upcoming concerts, local bands from San Diego and Tijuana and amazing artists from around the world.
I think I better follow you around is an independent project.
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