An established and award-winning Canadian four-piece band based in Niagara Falls, Stereo Sunrise have delivered a fantastic new single about unity, longing, and the universal journey to find yourself. Titled 'Come On Over', the song shines with easy going vibes and psychedelic undertones, creating a brilliant introduction to the band for those not yet acquainted.
Descending from 90’s alt-rock influences including Jane’s Addiction and Blind Melon, Stereo Sunrise first formed back in 2010 when Piero (Marble Weed) placed a classified ad looking for a singer. Justin answered that ad, and along with Arih, who was learning to play bass guitar for another project, the band was formed.
The band recorded and released three EP’s over the years, the first two with Tommy Metcalfe (Dammit Goldie, The Advancing Low-Lives) on drums. After Tommy went back to school, Mark (Knife the Wolf, Charles J. Hunk, Powerwalk) joined the band to track their third EP. The band returned to the studio in 2021 and 2022 to work on their latest album, 'Never Say Goodbye', which will be released later this year.
A song about unity, longing, and finding yourself, 'Come On Over' shows the conflict between wanting to be with someone and getting lost in the moments of your life. Backed by an enchanting, melodic rock sound, it's a single that hits in all the right places.
Speaking about the single, the band further explained, "This song started out as two separate ideas. They just went together and it made sense. It’s not a verse, chorus, verse, chorus kind of song, it just progresses as it goes along and never turns back. We recorded the vocals in a Canadian Tire parking lot near Toronto. Siegfried Meier drove down with his mobile recording camper van and met us there. We all squeezed in and it was a lot of fun."
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