Genre-Hopping Sun Spot Release New Single (‘Wireframe’)

Sun Spot
Photo Credit: Jack Sargent

Ever since their formation, Bristol-based collective Sun Spot has carved out a reputation for their DIY, genre-fluid approach. Today, they’ve delivered a stand-alone single called ‘Wireframe’.

Dominated by industrial synthesisers, atmospheric verses, and distorted verses, it sees Sun Spot blend ethereal and harsh tones with ease. As exemplified by the opening line of “Good news feels so far away,” ‘Wireframe’  sees vocalist Will Palmer explore his struggles with depression and ADHD diagnosis.

On the track, Palmer commented, “Telling the truth is never quite as easy as it sounds. It’s one thing to look in the mirror and not like what you see, but sharing that, and being honest about what you saw is pretty humbling.”

‘Wireframe’ is the band’s latest release on Venn Records, following this past May’s ‘Working Memory’ EP. It also coincides with their biggest hometown headline show at The Louisiana in Bristol this Saturday (December 9th).

Sun Spot are also set to play next summer’s Right To Roam Festival and the ArcTanGent Festival.

9th Louisiana, Bristol (w Duvet Daze)

Simple Things Festival, Bristol

5th – 6th Right To Roam Festival, Bolton

14th – 17th ArcTanGent Festival, Bristol


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