The hopeful outlook of life is that everyday we are presented with new and exciting opportunities; however, many days can instead be filled with frustration and obstacles. These days, it’s helpful to find peace in spite of surrounding circumstances and Las Vegas indie/alt band Foreign Sons attempt to do just that in their new single “Wonder”.
Vocalist Chris Bundra says “‘Wonder’ tackles learning to live in peace despite circumstances in life. We specifically filmed it in our practice space to capture our daily routine. We wanted a raw straightforward approach.“
“Wonder” was directed by Drew Lichty and is the latest single from Foreign Sons’ debut full-length Transference, released in September. The ten tracks hit a sweet spot for fans of melodic indie rock like Thrice and Brand New, and features a cameo from The Color Morale‘s Garret Rapp on the song “Worst Enemy.”
Foreign Sons, comprised by three brothers and one close friend, formed in 2012 with a desire to create raw and unfiltered rock music. After the release of their debut EP Of Want & Wisdom, the band spent some time on the road with Emery, As Cities Burn, and Listener. Now with two releases under their belt, the quartet is planning a west coast tour.
Transference is available now on iTunes.