The Scene Aesthetic – Season (Audio)
An emotional ballad from The Scene Aesthetic that’s guaranteed to hit you at your core, give a listen to “Season” unless you’re a robot.
Seattle’s favorite emo duo The Scene Aesthetic is back! Six years of fans clamoring for new music, Andrew de Torres and Eric Kimberlin have dropped “Season”, the elegant and deeply personal track previewing their forthcoming release in 2019.
“’Season’ is really about struggle,” says de Torres. “The last three years for me have been incredibly hard. I lost my mother, lost my brother, in a lot of ways lost my sister as well. Everything around me was falling apart and the whole time I was just trying to remind myself that at some point those feelings would end, that the weight would eventually be lifted off my shoulders, and that’s really what the song is about. It’s just knowing that dark times will pass, just like seasons come and go…”
Though de Torres and Kimberlin hadn’t vacated the spotlight completely. Prince of Spain housed songs that felt definitely un-TSA for the last several years but as Torres began to experience insurmountable loss in his family, The Scene Aesthetic vibe returned to his songwriting. Torres combed through his original influences-Dashboard Confessional, The Early November etc-and found a fresh spirit for The Scene Aesthetic.
Grab “Season” here:
November 14th – New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge
November 15th – Washington DC @ Jammin’ Java
November 16th – Philadelphia, PA @ Kungfu Necktie
November 17th – Boston, MA @ The Middle East
November 19th – Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
December 9th – Los Angeles, CA @ Moroccan Lounge
December 11th – Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey
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