Wichita’s Crusoe – a trio of wildly talented and accomplished musicians – has been quiet since their 2015 release of Captivate. Last Friday, they graced the world with their “relentlessly optimistic,” beautifully produced & performed new EP A Cure for Gravity. The 7-song effort is jam-packed with indie-pop goodness, walking the thin genre lines of alternative and pop with subtle electronic undertones.
“The title A Cure for Gravity comes from the lyrics of “Go and Get It,” and it’s just about pushing to find that thing that keeps you moving forward, with so much bringing us down in this life,” explains vocalist Jeremy Spring. “I think for me, it’s making music and sharing it with others that keeps me afloat. The first 5 tracks are resolved optimistic parts of curing your own gravity, but the last two tracks really take that heaviness head on. That’s part of the healing process too – you’ve got to go right through it before you can really move on.”
With an impressive sync history already under their belts – including placements in various Netflix shows and feature films – Crusoe looks to capture the hearts of millions with Gravity. Be sure to keep up with the band on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and stream the full EP below.