Earthquake Lights Releases New Song “Silhouette”
New York-based alt-rock band Earthquake Lights, consisting of Myles Rodenhouse (vocals), Stephen Helms (drums), James DiGirolamo (bass), and Cam Underhill (guitar), released a new song “Silhouette” on NOvember 17, 2023.
The song is their first single since their sophomore album “Desert Bloom”, which was released back in February.
The track is about the search for life, penning the question, “What's the connection between music and space?”
It was written by Andrew Jonathan Axel, Cameron Underhill, James DiGirolamo, Stephen Helms, and Myles Rodenhouse.
“What's the connection between music and space?” the band frontman Myles Rodenhouse said of the song. “The search for life can be within yourself, within your own world but it would also be within outer space. It can be feeling like you’re always by yourself, but you find out along the way that you’re not traveling alone. EQL is always learning to make music that can be specific to every person’s lens. It is not very literal to how exactly you should interpret this song, it can be seen differently through everyone’s own lens."
- From the dawn of time, humans have been very curious, always searching and yearning to discover. Whether it’s within the universe, new species, new planets, new stars, or simply within ourselves which is its own universe. This song is a representation of that.
Myles Rodenhouse continued, “We hope that people who might feel like they're being lonely or searching for something out there can find solace in this.”
- source : Apple Music