As the anticipation builds for My Satellite’s upcoming album “PERSON,” the indie sensation drops another gem with their latest single, “Denial.” Since their resurgence in the music scene, My Satellite has been making waves, and “Denial” is no exception. With over 300k Spotify plays in just six months, the band is solidifying their place in the indie realm.

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“Denial” isn’t just a song; it’s a sonic journey through the turbulence of relationships. It’s that morning after a heated argument when emotions are still raw, but one partner tries to brush it aside and salvage the day. Bryan Stage’s vocals, guitar, and keys lead the charge, accompanied by Andy Marshall’s bass, keys, and guitar, creating a dynamic interplay of sound. Dan Grimes’ drumming provides the driving force behind the track, keeping the energy high from start to finish. Recorded at Drooping Rug Studio in Los Angeles, “Denial” is a testament to My Satellite’s meticulous production. The song’s infectious grooves and layered textures showcase the band’s dedication to crafting a multi-dimensional sound. But “Denial” isn’t just about catchy beats and melodic hooks; it’s about storytelling. It’s about navigating the complexities of relationships and finding solace in the midst of chaos.

With influences ranging from Radiohead to Tame Impala, My Satellite brings a unique blend of retro nostalgia and modern indie sensibilities to “Denial.” The result is a track that’s both timeless and relevant, capturing the essence of human emotions with unparalleled authenticity. As the band gears up for the release of “PERSON,” “Denial” serves as a tantalizing glimpse into what’s to come—a journey of self-discovery, introspection, and, ultimately, redemption.

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