LA Feature: Coyote Run – “Again Again”

Psychedelic summer folk that will make you dance!

Coyote Run

We’re very excited to share a melodious sanguine summer single from LA based artist, Kasie Shahbaz’s new project, Coyote Run.

The song starts off strong with an upbeat riff that gets you moving right off the bat. This accompanied by Shahbaz’s layered harmonies makes for a serious summer jam. The track gives you the feeling you’re cruising down the 101 on the start of a wild summer road trip. This feeling is further encapsulated by the shredding guitar solo which closes the track out, showcasing Shahbaz’s guitar-work. The lyrics further the summer travel feel, maybe following someone you love just to be with them. Maybe trying to do just that but in the end they slip away, and being alright with it. Either way you take it, the song comes at you in full force from start to finish.

“I want to go where you go
It’s in the way you see what you know
And you hand it back glassy and thin
The way you insulate your lovin’
Can you go on that thin? 

The summer light is long
I want to bury you in love
But you just want to float away
Well if it’s what you want,
then it’s okay, 
but do you have a place to stay?”
The perfect song to throw on lounging by the pool, cruising down the highway, or at your next dance party. 

Shahbaz had this to say about the track and record,

This record was recorded at my home in Los Angeles, on porch steps at my parents house in Oceanside, and mostly at a home studio on Catalina Island. It is a sonic elegy of heartbreak, desperation, relief, surrender, and transcendent, sometimes personal, love. In folk jaunts, it lightens and celebrates the simple weight of longing. In driving breakdowns, it tries to break through entrapment. And in psychedelic plateaus, it may find periods of rest.

Look out for the full length album, Infinite Disappearance of Fear” from Coyote Run dropping this October! 

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