St. Catharines, ON-based trio, Years of the Modern have unveiled their new single, “Aerosol”, a synth-fuelled song that sounds like it should be set to a John Huges prom montage (in the best way possible, of course).
“The inspiration for the song came from the image of an aerosol can being sprayed near a flame. We related it to a relationship that grows out of your control – it was meant to be something casual but somehow it got out of hand and real feelings got involved. Then you’re left not knowing how you should deal with it, especially if you felt unprepared for a true commitment.”
The single follows their previous release, “Silver Spire“, and combines elements of synthpop and indie-rock to create a unique sound of their own.
Check out “Aerosol” below, and stay up to date with the band via their socials.
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