Wasuremono burst into an unabashed world of pop on 'Eating Up The Sky'



Wasuremono burst into the pop realm with a brand new single, 'Eating Up The Sky' taken from 'Let's Talk, Pt 2', the second half of the band's ambitious two-part album, set for release via The Wilderness Records.


'Eating Up The Sky' is about as vibrant as it comes. Fuelled with boundless, youthful energy – stomping drum beats set the scene for colourful rhythms reminiscent of the likes of MGMT and Vampire Weekend.


It's the band's first real venture into unabashed pop, as the band's William Southward explains: "‘Eating Up The Sky’ is a bopping summer pop tune I wrote in Lockdown. It’s a mixed bag of emotions painted in a Kaleidoscope of Synths. I wanted to create something that would take the listener on a journey without leaving their house. My 1 year old daughter always asks for this song in the car and so it passed the litmus test. Who knows? Maybe it could be the next baby-shark."