Sundara Karma are pushing their genre-spliced boundaries again with new single ‘All These Dreams’

It's taken from their forthcoming EP 'Oblivion!', set to land next month.

Sundara Karma have dropped another new track from their forthcoming EP, ‘Oblivion!’.

Titled ‘All These Dreams’, the song follows up on previous offerings ‘Godsend’ and the EP’s title track in previewing the release, set to arrive on 1st April.

Continuing the band’s sonic evolution, the band’s Oscar Pollock explains: “It’s fun to amalgamate different genres, often I love re-contextualising things like vocal styles etc. I think I also enjoy confusing people. For this EP I wanted to take pop rock to a maximalist and super saccharine place. Like with a lot of our previous music there’s a fair amount of pop hooks for people to hold onto and there are also moments for glam guitar stuff to poke through but I suppose my Emo past has also made a resurgence and I haven’t felt like suppressing those urges.”

You can check out ‘All These Dreams’ below.

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