"These songs were written with a pop mentality, but they feel like rock n' roll."

By Vee D

Come Undone is a great example of how Seattle-based Indie Rock Singer-songwriter Cooper Castelle incorporates the classic 60’s garage rock songs with influences from modern Indie Rock and Punk. This has resulted in a debut EP, (Welcome To My World ) that is fresh and unique. Listening to Cooper’s songs can make you feel like you’re right beside him. The vibes that they transmit are really special.

“This music came from a period of isolation – explains Castelle – and it evokes emotions, like angst and loneliness, that a lot of people identify with right now. These songs are energetic with catchy hooks and unexpected twists & turns; they were written with a pop mentality, but they feel like rock n’ roll.”

His songs are often quite catchy, but they mirror the otherwise darker topics of someone longing to be free. At its core, his music is something that strives to last through difficulties and make the best out of a bad situation with a heartfelt, personal and poignant finish.

His upcoming EP ‘Welcome To My World’ comes out August 5.