Premiere: Dear Kora’s New Single Is Better Than Any “Sunflower” You’ve Seen Before

By | February 23, 2017 at 1:00 PM

If sad songs make you happy, and female-led bands make you wanna conquer the world, we think you’ll dig our latest premiere. “Sunflower” is a dynamic track from Orange County act Dear Kora that’ll have you rocking all day long.

“I knew I was sleepwalking. I wasn’t actually awake, but I was looking for something, looking for everything. “Sunflower” is a heartfelt narrative inspired by vulnerability and the pursuit of something more.” – Avery Robitaille

The song is the band’s debut single, hinting at what’s to come and why we should all be paying attention. With inspiration from vocalist Avery Robitaill’s Indonesia upbringing, and a sound like what’s found on “Sunflower”, we’re sure there’s a lot in store for the trio. Hit play on the new single below, and let us know what you think on Twitter!

“Since I was raised in Indonesia surrounded by a variety of different cultures, I had an amazing childhood that helped to shape the way I live my life now. Each place we move to/travel to helps us grow as individuals.  It opens our eyes to things in the world we’d never realized were there…

It gives us the knowledge that our bodies are just temporary, and that the material things of this world are so fleeting. But the memories we make, the things we’ve done/accomplished during our lifetime, the influence we make, and the dreams we pursue are the things stays with us and make us who we are.” – Avery Robitaille