The Sindicate ‘Sasquatch’ Track-By-Track

577606_10150792737777629_645639974_nCheck out The Sindicate’s track by track for their upcoming album, Sasquatch after the jump, and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.

“Decomposed” is going to be our single and it’s a song that was written about the changes in society. It feels important to us because we feel like music has lost a lot of the power that it used to have. There are not enough artists using what they have, to say what needs to be said.

“Sindicate Bomb” is about our party nights and was written at a rager at The Sindicate Lounge, our first house we lived in together in high school after our parents individually kicked us out. Its important to us because it embodies our roots and gives a shout-out to the Sindicate Family, our friends who have been with us since the beginning. The track features good friend and role model of the band, C-Money of Slightly Stoopid, who’s horn and key parts add a depth of atmosphere befitting the Sindicate Lounge party days.

“The Grind” is is about leaving everything behind with someone you love.

“The Moon” was written about the frustration of being brainwashed by mass media. Its about seeing through all the corporate and political bullshit and understanding what really matters.

“Positive Reaction” was written honestly because I felt the need to write a song that people could fuck to (excuse my french). It features Luna Achiary, a good friend and talented fellow musician and vocalist from Los Angeles, California.

“I Will” was written as a bloody love letter. I wanted it to feel dark, but at the same time be about something romantic. It also features Luna Achiary.

“Rain” was written about the frustration i feel over the mixture of faith and politics; how the country is being ran by a corporate church that is losing respect for its people. The track features the keys & trumpet of C-Money as well as percussion by O.G., members of Slightly Stoopid

“Wait” embodies an overwhelming attraction to a lover. We added C-Money on keys and OG on percussion to fill out the sound and add another depth to the song.

 

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