The last eighteen months has been a time filled with many losses. For The Velveteins, grief pervades the narrative of their latest single, “Make It Through,” which expresses the feelings one goes through after losing someone close to them. A melancholic yet hopeful rumination surrounding the theme of loss, the Canadian band’s most recent track represents a notably mellow departure from their typical output. Jangly guitars and heart-wrenching lyrics feature over a slow-paced beat, seamlessly blending together all of the emotions one experiences during mourning. “We didn’t make it but we’ll make it through,” frontman singer Spencer Morphy laments.
The sound of The Velveteins lies at the intersection between Sixties psychedelia and the new millennium indie-rock explosion. Teaming up with fellow band members, Dean Kheroufi, Addison Hiller and Danger Sedmark, The Velveteins came together in 2014.
“Make It Through” comes as the second single of their upcoming sophomore album, with more details to be announced in the coming months. We can’t wait to see what the Canadian foursome have to deliver next.
Check out “Make It Through” via the link below…