Brooklyn-based bedroom pop/lo-fi band Beach Fossils have revealed their new single/video “Seconds“, taken from their forthcoming album ‘Bunny‘, due out June 2 via Bayonet Records.
“Seconds” is a charming cut, balancing irresistible guitar lines with frontman Dustin Payseur’s bittersweet lyrics: “When you are here // Seconds are so clear // And it’s all // fading away.” It follows singles “Don’t Fade Away,” “Dare Me,” and “Run to the Moon”.
The accompanying video is a collage of clips from the band’s recent Australian tour. Payseur adds, “Seconds is a song about realizing you love somebody more than they love you.”
Watch the video below and pre-order your copy of Bunny here.
From poignant words about a family member’s cancer battle to small, but meaningful moments with friends, Bunny is the band’s most vivid, grounded and personal work to date. The songs on the album reflect on depression, love, adventure, loss, mistakes, New York City, as well as friendships coming and going, a mélange of granular pieces in the process of continuing to find yourself.
Inspired by the psych-pop of early Verve and Spiritualized albums, and perennial influences like The Cure, Wire, The Byrds, and The Velvet Underground, Bunny was produced and recorded by Payseur himself.
Beach Fossils Tour Dates
Sat. June 24 – Asheville, NC @ Burial Beer’s Forestry Camp – w/ Zola Jesus, Black Marble, and Automatic