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Doombird Release "Overflowing" on L2 Records/Sony

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Doombird Release "Overflowing" on L2 Records/Sony


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(September 11, 2015 - Sacramento, CA) - The indie/alternative band Doombird dive headfirst into psychedelic synth-pop on their new single "Overflowing". The track is their first release on L2 Records, distributed by Sony, and is available today on all major online retailers.

"When Joe davancens, Mike sparks, Robert Cheek, Arlene Deradoorian, Aram Deradoorian, Dusty Brown and I went to Stinson Beach to construct 'Overflowing' we wanted to create a sound that included everybody's influences," says vocalist Kris Anaya. "We have been playing music together within Sacramento for about ten years and we wanted to share a song that was cultivated within past friendships. The song suggests, in a way, a past life; trying to find meaning and individualism as we travel decade to decade on our spherical rock. Most of all, the song is a celebration of that past life as well as a formative prelude for Doombird."

The group features current and former members of Tycho, Album Leaf, Quitter and Mister Metaphor. Pick up "Overflowing" on iTunes.


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About Doombird:

Singer-songwriter Kris Anaya and producer/multi-instrumentalist Joseph Davancens want to chart new psychic territory in music. They first collaborated as Doombird in 2010 with a self-titled, self-released full-length album featuring a twelve-piece chamber orchestra. Two years later they swapped their orchestral ambitions with conceptual ones on the synth-heavy Cygnus, an album that explored the deeply personal emotional lives of historical figures through Anaya’s perspective. Now, a more mature and experienced Doombird has synthesized these parallel and distinct aesthetics with Past Lives, their official debut. For this recording, Anaya and Davancens found creative seclusion in the foggy hills of Stinson Beach, California, alongside musicians Mike Sparks, Aram and Arlene Deradoorian and Dusty Brown. There they transmuted moody, melodic Synth Pop into clockwork Krautrock and oceanic ambient textures. Over powerful rhythms, Anaya’s singing floats through the mist like the fleeting voices in the psyche. His lyrics invite listeners to fall madly in love or lose themselves in madness. Past Lives lingers on existential questions. Should I sleep? Should I dream? What’s the use?

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