2020-07-13T12:15:42-04:00 2020-07-13T12:00:01-04:00

Suniel Fox & Henry Strange team up for a love "Revolution" on new single

If you're familiar with Burning Man, you know there are many individual experiences that happen over the course of the 10-day human experiment in the Black Rock Desert. Many share profound moments and insights during their time and some ultimately change their direction in life, this was the case for the lifelong musician Suniel who started producing electronic music after a life-changing trip to Burning Man more than a decade ago. Bridging the gap between electronic and alternative rock, Suniel shows up today with his new single "Revolution" precisely crafted for the times we are living in. 

"Revolution" pulls inspiration from experimental minimalism of Sigur Rós, and a personal drive to bring together his listeners through a sonic journey that echoes the universal feeling of togetherness. "Revolution" is a team effort between Fox and his friend Henry Strange and delivers a multi-faceted listening experience that brings together modular synths, drum machines, and the soaring vocals by Noah Lowman. Of the new single, Fox shares with us, “As an artist, it's very easy to pigeonhole yourself into a certain style. If this year has taught me something, it’s that anything goes. While we figure out the path through these seemingly insurmountable challenges, I think it's important we stop along the way to be with our community and just have fun…. And we had a lot of fun making this song!”

We are living in time to come together and there is no greater way than human connection through shared musical experiences. "Revolution" reminds us of Swedish House Mafia days and if it was anything like those times, the feeling was all love, all community, and all connection. Go ahead and give this a listen and maybe call a friend for a cyber dance party. Enjoy! 

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Electronic

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