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Sad Park Releases “CAROUSEL” From Forthcoming New Album

Sad Park Spring 2023
[Photo by: Alice Baxley]

Ahead of their album drop on July 7, Sad Park has issued their emotionally introspective new single, “CAROUSEL.” “CAROUSEL” is the second preview of their forthcoming album NO MORE SOUND.

With its dreamy melodies, atmospheric soundscapes, and heartfelt lyrics, “CAROUSEL” takes listeners on a captivating sonic journey. The track delves into themes of longing, self-reflection, and the cyclical nature of life’s ups and downs. The poignant vocals and instrumentation create a sense of vulnerability and raw emotion.

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“‘CAROUSEL’ is about wishing you could freeze a moment in time…knowing you are in the middle of something special while it’s happening and wishing you could live in that moment for an eternity,” the band shares. “The song went through a lot of changes from the time we wrote it to when we recorded it. For some of us, it just never felt fully there, so we decided to cut it from the album. It wasn’t until we were in the studio talking about songs that our producer, Sean Bonnette of AJJ, suggested we bring it back and give it one last chance. He suggested we make it a little ‘slower and moodier, almost like Deftones’ so we took that, gave it another try and it is the song that made the album.”

Sad Park is set to embark on a highly anticipated US tour, joining The Frights as their support act starting on July 7 in Austin, TX. Following their run with The Frights, Sad Park will continue their live performances by opening for AJJ on a series of summer shows beginning in Pittsburgh on August 17. Get tickets to see Sad Park live here.

Tour Dates:

  • July 7—Austin, TX @ Parish*
  • July 8—San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger*
  • July 9—Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall*
  • July 11—Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade*
  • July 13—Baltimore, MD @ Metro Baltimore*
  • July 14—Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brendas*
  • July 15—Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Made*
  • July 16—Allston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall*
  • July 18—Lakewood, OH @ Mahall’s*
  • July 19—Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge*
  • July 21—Omaha, NE @ Slowdown*
  • July 22—Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater*
  • July 25—Seattle, WA @ Madame Lous*
  • July 26—Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre*
  • July 28—San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill*
  • Aug. 17—Pittsburgh, PA @ Spirit^
  • Aug. 19—Lexington, KY @ The Burl^
  • Aug. 20—Nashville, TN @ Exit In^
  • Aug. 21—Asheville, NC @ Grey Eagle^
  • Aug. 22—Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theatre^
  • Aug. 23—Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle^
  • Aug. 24—Charleston, SC @ Music Farm^
  • Aug. 26—Memphis, TN @ Growlers^
  • Aug. 27—Saint Louis, MO @ Delmar^
  • Aug. 29—Columbia, MO @ The Blue Note^
  • Aug. 31—Oklahoma City, OK @ Resonant Head^
  • Sept. 1—Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad^

*With The Frights.
^With AJJ.

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