Sun Room - Outta Their Minds [EP]
“Surf-rock band Sun Room capture youthful abandon and SoCal sun…’” – AP
“Southern California’s freshest garage outfit Sun Room are bringing cheerfully anachronistic sounds to the ruptured landscape of 2023, combining old-time influences with an impulse to seize the day…” – The Line of Best Fit
“Take a trip back to the swinging ‘60s with south California’s Sun Room: a band so unashamedly indebted to the garage rock’n’roll of decades past…” – DIY
“They electrify the space, commanding a packed room to move… It shows great consistency for a band so young, demonstrates that they can step up to the plate.” – Atwood Magazine
Sun Room has released their highly anticipated EP Outta Their Minds. The sonic representation of California, straddling the line between garage and surf rock, the meteorically rising band fuses their carefree authenticity, brash vocals, rebellious 60s inspirations, and a total disregard for the “rule book” on how polished indie rock has come to be. In four songs, the band steps out as an indisputable force.
Straining at the leash to bring people together in the name of music, whether it be in a sweaty, overcrowded basement, or a sold-out stadium, Sun Room is heading back out on the road with Inhaler next month for their North American tour. Then in May, the band will take the stage at Atlanta’s Shaky Knees festival.
Diving into today’s release, lead singer Luke Asgian said, “’Outta Their Minds’ is our newest EP that comes straight out of our garage. It’s fun, loud, and has a bit more of a bite to it than any music we’ve put out before. It has sounds that show our roots and influences from both 60’s British Invasion garage rock, as well as surf punk. It also encapsulates our life, as a band, in San Diego right now; Being broke, surfing every day, pissing off our neighbors with loud house shows, and falling in love with the girl at the local mechanic shop.”
Further elaborating, he said, “We all grew up in beach towns around Southern California and there were so many sick bands playing house shows all the time in each one of our towns and I think that sound is deeply ingrained in us at this point. For this EP, we were really influenced by a lot of 60’s British Invasion and garage rock like The Kinks, early Rolling Stones, The Kingsmen, and The Sonics.”
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