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SOFT SCIENCE - Preview New Double Single From Forthcoming Album

USA based dream-gaze syndicate Soft Science preview their new double A-side single Sooner/Paris, slated for release on 4th May via Test Pattern Records. "Sooner" is the second single from the band's forthcoming Maps album, to be released in early June. "Paris" is a wistful-blue cover of Northern Picture Library's 1994 track.
"Sometimes lyrics are like therapy – "Sooner" is one of those songs", explains Soft Science vocalist Katie Haley. "The lyrics for "Sooner" are an expression of how difficult it is to continue to push yourself in this crazy hectic world we live in. Sometimes, I feel like I lose myself in the barrage of daily news, the push and pull of work, and family obligations – it can all feel overwhelming to the point where I feel lost. Dealing with those feelings was the inspiration for this song."
Hailing from Northern California's Sacramento Valley, Soft Science fuse melody, sound and texture of 60s pop and 90s shoegaze like molecular gastronomists blend physics and chemistry to transform food. Together this 5-piece band have managed to create their own sweet blend of modern pop music with a sonic edge. In the player below you can give a listen to both "Sooner" and "Paris", plus to other previously unveiled singles, "Undone", "I Don't Know Why I Love You" and "Breaking". Link