The Neverlutionaries release “Stardusted” from debut album

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With the intention of making rock music that catered to his jazz, shoegaze, and alternative roots, Christopher Harold Wells formed The Neverlutionaries.  The band first started releasing music last year with singles “Ariana” and “Ticking Away,” acquainting fans with their unconventional psychedelic rock sound.  Shortly after getting their bearings with these singles, The Neverlutionaries went all in and released their self-titled debut album.  Debuting at #24, the album then went on to spend four weeks in the Top 100 on the FMQB SubModern Album Chart, helping the band pick up some new followers and fans.  As they continue to promote their album, The Neverlutionaries give us another atmospheric single with “Stardusted.”

Telling us the meaning behind the track, Christopher mentioned,

“This is a song about amazing love making, a.k.a. ‘stardusting,’ and how sometimes the loving is so good that it doesn’t matter where the actual relationship goes as long as the loving continues.  One could say the song is a social commentary on modern love compared to the idea of love and relationships that our parents etc. grew up on…”

Christopher and the band present these feelings on the single through trippy layers of sound and loads of reverb.  As we hear about not giving into typical ideas of love, driving bass lines and tasteful guitar drive the message home and create a cosmic ambience.  The heart of the band fully comes through in the chorus, where the energy really takes off.  You can check it out below.

You can listen to “Stardusted” on platforms like Apple Music, SoundCloud, and Spotify.

Keep up with The Neverlutionaries:  Facebook // Instagram

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