Brighton’s indie rockers White Room have just shared a new track, ‘Cable-Built Dreamland’ as part of a new AA release taken from the forthcoming EP ‘Eight’, due out later this year via Deltasonic Records.
The band seems to be working restless while forging their signature sound that winks to 60’s psychedelic vibes alongside more contemporary influences (Pond and Temples, not to mention Kentucky’s Cage The Elephant). The new release, ‘Eight’, will include a collection of songs that comprise themes such as hope, positivity, the need to escape and think forward. Says frontman Jake Smallwood about the new track, ‘Cable-Built Dreamland’: “It’s about people’s narcissistic obsession with how they are perceived online; the mask they create behind which they disguise their true selves. It’s a group of friends sat round a table, all with phone in hand, silent.”
Listen to White Room’s new offering below, and catch them live this November. The Brightonians will be embarking their first headline tour with a prestigious night at London’s Sebright Arms on the 28th.