Tucson’s XIXA are back with a third sampling from their forthcoming album Genesis today with the premiere of their track “Nights Plutonian Shore.” The song is streaming now via CULTURE COLLiDE alongside an interview with XIXA bandleaders Brian Lopez and Gabriel Sullivan.
“Nights Plutonian Shore” is the latest track to be shared from the band’s new LP Genesis, due out on February 19, 2020 via Jullian Records. The song found its origins as Sullivan sat down for a drink at The Thirsty Crow, a bar in LA, intent on writing some lyrics, taking inspiration from Edgar Allen Poe. He told CULTURE COLLIDE: “… It didn’t take long for me to go to the name of the bar for inspiration and shortly thereafter find myself rereading Poe’s ‘The Raven.’ This song is from the raven’s point of view. // Continue to the full article