Tampa’s band Infinite Eights has just released their new single Melody. This new offer is a bright indie pop tune with a classical new-wave ambiance overflowing with lively guitars and groovy synths.
Infinite Eights recently said about their new single: “The lyrics describe the experience of becoming sapped of all artistic creativity upon the loss of a muse, aptly named “Melody.” Unsurprisingly, this makes for a song ripe for a play on words. The second verse sums up the track quite well thematically: ‘A refuge, a reservoir, a refrain that echoes in every bar. A muse in every heart; she’s come and gone.’”
Billy Bush, who’s earned multiple Grammy nods and is known for producing and mixing music from Garbage to Muse, handled the mixing of this track. He’s also worked with The Naked and Famous, Neon Trees, Julia Stone, Fink, Foster the People, Natasha Bedingfield, Jake Bugg, Ilse DeLange and The Boxer Rebellion.
Infinite Eights consists of Parker Wilkson (vocals, keyboards, guitar), Davin Norman (bass), and Tyler Hanks (drums/percussion). Melody serves as the perfect companion song to their 2022 release, Insecure. The band has been the opening act for Kaleo, AJR, and In the Valley Below on tour. They’ve also been part of festivals with The 1975, Phantogram, Sir Sly, The Naked and Famous, Capital Cities and COIN.
Photo by Haley Schmerge @haleyksphotography