Letting Up Despite Great Faults have shared a new video for their new single “Gemini,” the rack is off the Austin, Texas band’s forthcoming release IV.
In the music video, two people navigate their intertwined relationship, depicting the inspiration behind the song. “Gemini”, the new single by Letting Up Despite Great Faults, is centered around the idea of forever. Friendships and loves can generate this enormous space yet it can be such a small feeling on a day to day basis that we easily, and often, forget how almost impossible it is to find someone that fits us forever. The song immediately creates an almost chaotic world of fuzzed noise, but when the patient, whispering vocals cut through, we see our different worlds can thrive together, hopefully forever.
Letting Up Despite Great Faults is back with Mike Lee on vocals, guitars, and programming, Kent Zambrana on bass, Annah Fisette on vocals and guitars, and Daniel Schmidt on drums. IV is the first full length in 8 years and is pouring with stories of growth, nurture, loss, and regret. With all the fuzzed and washed instruments and the album even mastered by Simon Scott of Slowdive.
Letting Up Despite Great Faults was founded by Mike Lee in Los Angeles, CA. He wrote an EP in 2006, but it wasn’t until a few years later where he traded his acoustic for noisier and lusher soundscapes that would give his songs a more shoegaze, washed out finish on a debut LP buzzed about all around the blogosphere. Pitchfork found the first single on MySpace, while Mike found his first bandmate Kent Zambrana (bass) on Craigslist. Wild times. As they were crafting a more well defined noisepop sound, they decided to move to Austin, TX, where they found Daniel Schmidt (drums) and Annah Fisette (guitar, keys, vocals).
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