Suburban Living Shares New Song “Main Street”
Philadelphia-based dream pop band Suburban Living announced their third album “How to Be Human” will be released on May 22nd. It is their first album in four years.
On February 29th, the first single off “Main Street” was released.
Frontman Wesley Bunch said of the song, "I've always dreamt of being born in a different era. I walk down city streets and my mind constantly wanders. I dream of what architecture, people, cars, etc would of looked like in the exact place I'm standing at that moment. I'm lucky to live in Philadelphia where the history is abundant, but sometimes these thoughts can be distractingly haunting. When I wrote 'Main Street,' I wanted it to be a tribute to what I like to call 'Anytown, Everywhere.' My favorite Main Street is the one with the cobblestone streets, lit up by neon signs. If you're like me, you know to skip the Wikipedia page of whatever town you're in and hit Main Street for the answers you're looking for. Skip rocks by the water, drink with the locals, watch the steam from the sewer rise into the air. In these moments I don't care what year it is. I'm lost on Main Street."
The band will embark on the US tour along with Korine in March. The tour kicks off at Chicho's Backstage in Norfolk on March 11th.
Learn more about tour dates, click here.
- source : Under The Radar