Orlando-based pop-rock band Savannah is a refreshing nod to the incendiary sounds prominent in the mid 2000's. Their glistening blend of pop-structures with driving rock sensibilities is paired with infectious gang vocals and treble notes that elate the spirit to sing along with every catchy chord. The group is taking a bit of a unique approach gearing up to the release of their first full-length album Spectrum, out in the Fall. They are releasing the album in it's entirety over the year in 3 EPs, in January Vita (life) was released, followed by Tempus (time) which will be release June 30th, and concluding with Forma (form) in August. It is a unique way to spread out their content and keep people pining to hear more.
As they near the release of the second installment out next week, EARMILK has the pleasure of debuting their second single off Tempus titled, "Young and Naive." It is a shimmering pop-rock ballad with strong vocals and invigorating percussion. It is a self-reflective song about young love, innocence, and the art of ignorance. This song is a strong one and has us even more excited for the culmination of all three EPs. Take a listen and be sure to grab Tempus when it is released June 30th.
Young and Naive