Starveya “Let You In” Single Release

This L.A.-based psychedelic indie rock band serve up this rather lovely, spicy little moody end-of-summer number. It feels like it’s right off a “Lost Boys” soundtrack.

Melancholy, haunting, all twangy melodic guitar and breathless vocals.  Subtle, but deadly catchy…

I love this iconic, sleepy, L.A. kind of music.  You can just hear it playing live in a club, a room stuffed full of a swaying, sweaty audience.  Darkly dressed and winding down. The story is one of loss and love, a kind of anti love song really, always relevant, timeless and achingly truthful.  Starveya is a truly excellent band. They have the kind of presence that compels you to listen, a slow, steady demand, nothing showy or over done.

It’s a perfect single for our Covid days of late summer. They have an album due out next year and I am really looking forward to hearing more from them and maybe even, heaven forbid, actually seeing them perform live…we can all hope I guess.  In the meantime, we have this gorgeous and sweetly sad single to propel us through these disparate days.  All it needs now is a moody video, with an 80s vibe, the dark side of the 80s, not the shiny side of course, and maybe some brooding vampires…love it!!!

Musician Names/Instruments: Starveya is: Aaron Martinez on Lead vocals and guitar, Desi Martinez on Guitar and backing vocals, and Kenny Lockwood on Drums. Additional musicians on “Let You In” include Mathew Meseberg on bass, Paul Reagor on synth and Juan Lopez on Organ.

Producer Name(s): Juan Lopez and Starveya

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Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros
Author: Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros

Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros is a British writer and filmmaker living In Los Angeles.