Qubebec-based duo Alinoë Schneider and Charles Bélanger who make up Sunderloom are due to release their latest single on Friday on all platforms.
Using music as a creative outlet the pair explore themes such as fear and anxiety in hopes of better understanding themselves through a groovy, indie-pop soundscape. Their sound is reminiscent of Japanese jazz fusion with hints of new wave. “Disbeliefs,” encapsulates the importance of having a solid support system when undergoing hardships and experiencing difficult times, which their upcoming record further explores.
For fans of Tame Impala, Beach Fossils and Les Louanges.
Sunderloom are due to release their sophomore record, Cafés in Times of Disbeliefs this fall.
Watch the video for “Disbeliefs” below:
Header photo credit: Frédéric Leblanc.