I first heard Y LUV's EP How Chill Can You Let Go back in the summer and thought the band had some very nice indie pop tracks that were filled with catchy melodies. Their track 'Never Touch The Ground' caught my attention as it played nicely in my earbuds at the time. The bands 5 song EP left me unsatisfied and wanting to hear what else they had in store. Fast forward a few months and now the band has delivered another indie pop gem with their new song 'Earthquakes' which premiered on the blog Blahblahblah Science last week. Here is what Y LUV frontman Freddy Janney had this to say about the track,
“Sam and Evan were talking about earthquakes and the ‘big one’ on the way to a show once and I realized I had been living here for awhile and had never really thought about that possibility. It scared me. It made me realize how fragile life is. It got me thinking about what really matters. Also, while I was freaking out about an earthquake, my sister and her friends were looking at a magazine and freaking out (as much or more) about how amazing someones body was and how they would never look like that and never be as happy as that person . . . I guess it’s all relative. It’s a song that recognizes the world might fall but celebrates that it hasn’t.”
'Earthquakes' is the bands first work since their EP and it will be followed by a second single, to be released in mid-November.
"Earthquakes" - Y LUV by PlanetaryOnlinePR