The Brooklyn-based folky tang and dream pop artist, Joseph Sant, has busted out his first lush track, “Nor’easter.” The new track is an impressive mix of atmospheric guitar twangs and catchy hooks, similar to the styles of Wild Nothing and DIIV. The guitar and drum-led pop sounds are crafted firmly, pulling listeners into a sea of ethereal beats and coastal influences. The track is off of his debut EP Sea White Salt, dropping Jan. 14.
When creating his EP, Sant was influenced by the New York coasts, including climate change, compelling storms, and elements of east coast nature. Sant dives into the forces of consuming love and complex dreams in his texturized melodies and unique presence. Read the press release below for more details on Sant’s artistic and collaborative EP process:
“For Sea White Salt, Joseph collaborated with his good friend and producer Gabriel Galvin, erstwhile proprietor of Four Foot Studios…
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