New Audio: Seattle’s Versing Releases A Woozy and Pummeling New Single

Comprised of Daniel Salas, Graham Baker, Kirby Lochner and Max Keyes, the Seattle-based quartet Versing will be releasing their full-length debut 1000 through Hardly Art Records on May 3, 2019 and the album’s latest single, the woozy “Offering” is centered around whirring feedback, pummeling drumming and an infectious pop-leaning hooks. And while reminding me a bit of Nirvana‘s “Radio Friendly Unit Shifter,” and Thee Oh Sees, the song as the band’s Daniel Salas explains in press notes is ” a fantastical song about traveling through a mystical portal to stop an encroaching force of evil, and the feedback is like the whirring sound the portal makes. Really it’s about making the ultimate sacrifice for the benefit of others, and thinking about what you’d want to be remembered for after you die.”

The members of the Seattle-based band will be embarking on a tour to support their forthcoming effort. Check out the tour dates below.

 

Tour Dates:
May 02 – Seattle, WA – Chop Suey
May 03 – Vancouver, BC – Static Jupiter
May 06 – Reno, NV – Holland Project
May 8 – San Diego, CA – Whistle Stop
May 9 – Los Angeles, CA – The Echo
May 11 – Oakland, CA – Octopus Literary Salo

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