Denver, Colorado's Confluence have been reborn. The indie/soul project, formed in 2012 has been dormant since 2014, but with an upcoming performance at Denver's UMS (Underground Music Showcase) and new music on the way, 2016 is looking bright for this group. To kick things off, Confluence are sharing their previously recorded and unreleased track, "Outside."
The song was recorded live at Mammoth Cave Studios in 2014, and is one of the lead singles off Confluence's upcoming anthology album, Hindsight, which features the band's entire catalog from the past three years.
Listen to "Outside" below!
Just like the song's contrasting sounds and dynamics, the lyrics of frontman Ian Gassman are equally discordant. Mostly because they were inspired by the indecisiveness that can befalls any twenty-something when it comes to dealing with life.
"I should be outside walking around," he sings with fervor, hinting that he's got to get away from whatever is holding him back. Whether it be a relationship, a job or his own fear, one essential question remains: Should I stay or should I go now?
Confluence will be performing at The UMS Saturday, July 30th. Catch their set at Illegal Petes on South Broadway at 9PM. MORE INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND HERE.
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