Sundance Jump Enthralls Everyone with Their Engaging Melody Line Showcased Beautifully in 'Deep Purple Sage'
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Mill Valley, Jan 16, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Northern California jam band Sundance Jump's versatile mix of sounds presents them as an extremely talented band. Formed by a group of independent artists who love blending different styles of music, the band mixes some of the entrancing and exciting tunes of folk, blues, rock, and EDM. W. Dire Wolf who is behind the lead vocals and guitars charms the audience with his magnetic voice that sounds truly exceptional.
On their latest album 'Deep Purple Sage (feat. by W. Dire Wolff)', the band has performed tremendously well by fusing Alternative Rock with Psychedelic Acid Rock and the entire project sounds thoroughly charming. The album comprises of four basic piece guitar Alternate rock band sound blended with the Psychedelic folk-rock of Sundance Jump with W. Dire Wolff winning the space with his engaging voice. But few most significant songs that rightly establish the band's name in the genre are 'Ally, Are You Okay?', 'Boss Man Says', 'Johnny's Too Young', and 'Come to This Mountainside'.
All the songs have been artistically composed in the old school style of Acid Rock vintage tube amp guitar sounds mixed thoroughly with analog boards. The songs have been composed under the label Sundance Jump Recording and contain eleven songs as a whole. Drawing inspiration from Velvet Underground, Tom Petty, Gram Parsons, and others the band is so far doing an outstanding artwork. Listen to the tracks on Spotify and follow the band on Twitter for more information. Also, check out the band's official website to know more about them.
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