Sunderland Indie band, Docksuns, are back with another honest and relatable number, reminiscing about a rocky relationship they had broken away from, shaking off their melancholy and diving into another chapter on the band’s ever evolving sonic journey.
A sequel of sorts, So Cold Love continues the climactic story that previous track Blew Up a Kiss started, a progression the band were keen to explore and delve into as they grow and mature past their previous experiences. Written by vocalist, James, the track became a collaborative labour of love, with each band member helping to complete the jigsaw before entering the studio.
North East Bylines had this to say about their last single:
“Great sound, real energy and strong lyrics. Love the track!”
And this new track definitely does not disappoint. It lives up to their reputation as a real musical force on Wearside.
Docksuns have made a name for themselves for consistent, solid songwriting and instrumentals, with So Cold Love being no exception. Clearly, their hard work has been noticed, with BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio coverage, numerous glowing reviews from blogs up and down the country and a vocal and enthusiastic following back home in Sunderland.
With the return of live music just around the corner, Docksuns are gearing up for another successful season of gigs across the north, where they have already become household names in venues such as Independent in Sunderland and Think Tank in Newcastle. The band have also previously secured stages at local festivals Sounds of Sunderland and the Sunderland Airshow.
So Cold Love by Docksuns releases on 30 April.