Sundara Karma have shared ‘All These Dreams’, the latest cut from their fifth EP ‘Oblivion!’.
It’s the second release from Sundara Karma’s fifth EP, which is due out on April 1 via Chess Club Records. The EP’s title track was shared along with the EP announcement last month. Fans can pre-order the new record here.
Pollock said of EP: “It’s fun to amalgamate different genres, often I love re-contextualising things like vocal styles etc. I think I also enjoy confusing people. For this EP I wanted to take pop rock to a maximalist and super saccharine place.
“Like with a lot of our previous music there’s a fair amount of pop hooks for people to hold onto and there are also moments for glam guitar stuff to poke through but I suppose my Emo past has also made a resurgence and I haven’t felt like suppressing those urges.”
And speaking about the EP’s title track, Pollock added: “‘Oblivion!’ came together so quickly, I wrote the whole thing in about two days in the summer last year. I had been revisiting a lot of my favourite music from around 2003 and was feeling quite nostalgic at the time. It definitely plays into the rockier aspects of our ‘sound’ but ultimately I think it’s a wonderful pop song.”
Sundara Karma’s last album was 2019’s ‘Ulfilas’ Alphabet’ – read the NME review here.
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