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New Supergroup Suburban Eyes (Mineral, Christie Front Drive, Boys Life) Shares “Headlight Torches”

'Suburban Eyes' Album Cover Art
[Album Cover Art via Spartan Records]

Suburban Eyes, a new indie trio composed of Eric Richter (Christie Front Drive), Jeremy Gomez (Mineral), and John Anderson (Boys Life), has shared a new single ahead of their debut album. The release of their self-titled Suburban Eyes album, which will arrive Friday, August 31, will usher fans into a sonic renaissance throughout its nine tracks, beginning with “Headlight Torches,” available now.
Despite the members’ impressive musical history, Suburban Eyes is keen on the fact that their previous projects have nothing to do with the sound they’ve created here. On the topic, Jeremy Gomez said, “Creatively speaking, none of us even gave [our previous bands] any thought, good or bad, when working on this project.” What Suburban Eyes brings to the table is entirely new for the musicians and the fans, something nostalgic yet exciting, and they cannot wait to share it with the world.

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As for “Headlight Torches,” this little taste of what’s to come is as tantalizing as it is delicious. The song is smooth as butter, fading in subtle guitars, tickled by featherlight percussion. It evolves patiently into a full-bodied track before Gomez and Richter lay their dreamy yet sturdy vocals on top. Just when you’ve got the full picture, it evolves again into something more progressive, and the longing vocals deliver a more demanding bite. Overall, the song is a full-fledged experience, and if this is only the introduction, the full album must present a saga of rhythmic adolescence.

The group’s debut album, Suburban Eyes, will be available on Friday, August 31. You can pre-save the album here. Until then, Stream “Headlight Torches” below. 

Suburban Eyes Tracklisting:

  1. SoCal (Psycho)
  2. Headlight Torches
  3. 4AM
  4. Never Ending
  5. Floyd
  6. Uncomplicated Lives
  7. Voices
  8. Cocktail Ride
  9. Perfect Hands
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