Los Angeles pop rock trio senses explores the monotony of routine on their latest single, “Sleepwalking.” The band is currently working on their upcoming debut EP, due to release in early 2023.
“Sleepwalking” is a fast and furious pop track, with a heavy punk rock edge that erupts in the chorus. Citing Paramore and The Killers as influences, the band incorporates bits and pieces of the early 2000’s rock sound that inspires them, as well as synth pop elements that keep the song fresh and stuck in your head. Clocking in at 2:02 minutes, “Sleepwalking” is the perfect combination of pop’s catchy vibe and punk’s rawness, bringing the message home without any distractions.
The song explores themes of frustration over living the same routine, expressed in a way that is universal and relatable. The fast paced melody ties into the feeling of monotony and wanting to escape, like a caged animal pacing around. Lead singer Madison Taylor elaborates further on the meaning of the song not only for the band, but for the listener: “We want people to listen to this song and be taken out of that routine and just escape with us. It’s like we get to hit a reset button and not be so worried about what we should or shouldn’t be doing.”
Check out the music video for “Sleepwalking” below:
“Sleepwalking” is now available on all streaming platforms.