The young artist ditches the usual singer-songwriter trappings in favor of shimmering electropop.
Having traded in her conventional singer-songwriter fare for something a little more adventurous, Los Angeles based/Oklahoma raised Sunday Lane has been slowly unveiling her modest makeover this year in anticipation of her upcoming new EP Future Tense(s). Her arrangements now have more variety, embracing electronic sounds more, but her biggest step forward so far is her new single "Go", which dives headfirst into sparkling electropop. And as it turns out, it's a perfect fit.
"It's a reminder to take things lightly in relationships and in life," she tells PopMatters. "I wrote this song at a time when a lot of things were changing: new relationship, new apartment, new city...and with all that change there came obstacles. It came to this point where I knew I could either get overwhelmed by it, or just embrace it in a way that was like, 'Hey, I got this.' My life is good, this love is good, and that's the main thing. If we need to get up and go, that's fine, because what really matters are things that we can take with us anywhere."