Little King has caught the Singles Bug and has cooked up another tune for your heart and mind! This one is titled “Amber Waves (GoodBye)” and was released on the 8th of August 2023.
“Amber Waves (GoodBye)” is a radically different musical and lyrical direction from the last single, “Silver Tongue,” which was released on March 25, 2023.
More info about Little King‘s new song
The new song also features a new team of musicians and production cats! Ryan Rosoff again plays guitar and sings, while Daniel Salcido of Command Space Audio in Los Angeles engineered and mixed the track (and played the shake-a shake-a’s, as there are no drums on “Amber Waves (GoodBye)”)
Studio whiz Matt Dougherty from Chicago played bass (LK mainstay Manny Tejeda was busy with his newborn baby, so Matt stood in for this one!) Finally, Grammy-winning mastering master Brad Blackwood took it across the finish line with his expertise and kindness.
“Amber Waves (GoodBye)” blends acoustic power rock with some progressive touches. The track builds quickly and crescendos mightily in the final chorus. At 2:52 long, it’s certainly the shortest song Little King has ever released as a single…less than half the length of “Silver Tongue!” 26 years in, the band is still creating original, dynamic, intelligent rock that demands repeat listens.
Have a listen to the track below:
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