Brisbane-based indie-pop band Sunflower has just unveiled their challenging yet illuminating new anthem ‘Thin Skin’.
Produced and mixed by bassist Sam Woods at the band’s Brisbane-based home studios, Sunflower have just revealed their brand new single ‘Thin Skin’ and upcoming tour dates.
Striking an honest chord in facing adversity front on, ‘Thin Skin’ is a sanguine side-step from their previous feel-good singles and offers an unseen vulnerability to their empowering song writing. The illuminating warmth of the grand piano enveloped by an intrinsic blend of rock and orchestra marks this a significant point of sonic development for the band.
Of the motivation behind ‘Thin Skin’, co-vocalist/co-songwriter Kahlia Ferguson says: “Thin Skin” is about accepting that life is going to deal you difficult cards sometimes, and letting go of anything that doesn’t add value to your life is one way you can beat the darkness. You can be your own worst enemy if you let the difficulties of life tear away at you. We only get one life, might as well learn to love it.”
Earlier realeses were widely embraced by the likes of a whole slew of community radio stations. The tracks also received support from leading blogs Atwood Magazine (USA), Classic Rock Magazine (UK), The Music, Beat Magazine, and TV outlets MTV and ABC’s Rage.
In the coming weeks Sunflower will reveal an accompanying music video for ‘Thin Skin’.