CEMETERY SUN Premieres “Wish It Was Love” Video; Debut Self-Titled EP, Cemetery Sun, Slated For Early 2016 Release

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Premieres “Wish It Was Love” Video

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Debut Self-Titled EP, Cemetery Sun,
Slated For Early 2016 Release
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“Catchy melodies over indie pop euphoria.” – Earmilk
“Edgy alt-rock meshed with intense, melodic-pop soars.” – Free Bike Valet
“A blend of catchy guitar riffs, soulful vocals and ambient synths.” – Kings of A&R
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November 24, 2015 – Sacramento, CA – Californian alt-rockers Cemetery Sun have premiered their brand new video for hit single “Wish It Was Love” via Alternative Press today, here: http://bit.ly/1OemF62, directed by Redwall Studios. The song comes from the band’s recently announced debut self-titled EP. The EP culminates the collective effort of a year’s worth of writing – the result of which is an illuminating and electric contemporary sound that is shaking up the West Coast. You can check out previous single “Fake Love” via Idobi, here: http://bit.ly/1M1acNo. For more information and details on upcoming tour dates, please visit: http://www.cemeterysunband.com.
On their “Wish It Was Love” video the band tells us: “Relationships can be toxic and deceiving. This song is about one of those relationships in which both parties want to make it work — but just can’t seem to.
We wanted to work with the directors at Redwall Studios for a few years now. Their previous work has been mostly Hip Hop and RnB artists and we felt their approach to capturing the rhythm and energy of a song was perfect for us.
Influenced by alternative rock, pop, and R&B, Cemetery Sun began when Northern California natives Josh Doty (singer), Austen Butler (drummer), Elliot Polokoff (guitarist/producer) and Jesse Mancillas (lead guitarist) met in the studio. “The vibe was there. From the first playback, to the final mix, we knew we had crafted something truly memorable,” writes Elliot. “The rest of it followed suit. We grew at a rate none of us could have ever imagined.” The band focuses on the idea of overcoming life’s self-imposed obstacles, learning to love what surrounds them, and ultimately discovering who they are and how to pave the way for others. It is a sound that seeks clarity.
For more information on Cemetery Sun, please visit: www.cemeterysunband.com.
Cemetery Sun EP Tracklisting:
  1. Fake Love
  2. Avalanche
  3. E.Y.T.Y.K.
  4. Nothin’ On Me
  5. Wish It Was Love
  6. Emptied Out
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