Spirit In The Room are playing a FREE show in Los Angeles later this month! Check out the poster above, which was made by Stephen McNeely!
Spirit In The Room will be sharing the stage with local L.A. bands, The Great Sadness and Pegzilla.
Show starts at 20:00 [8PM] at Little Joy on 1477 W Sunset Blvd.
Spirit In The Room are teasing us on social media to keep our eyes peeled….We assume that means a release date for their new EP is about to be set! Hmmmm! Or a new song//video releasing!!! *keeps eyes peeled*
Last summer in our interview, Dennis Sanders [vocalist/composer] shared what details he could about their new album that’s coming out via Housecore Records, “I can tell you that it’s done. And I can tell you that we’re working on all of the little things that go along with it. It’s just a slow process these days. It wasn’t usually like this time consuming before…But now there’s a lot of…God, I’m really trying to dance around the pandemic thing… There’s no way to dance around it. But yeah, it’s taking time. It’s taking time. But it’s done and it will be coming…It might not be out til next year…I don’t know what all I’m allowed to say…”
Dennis also elaborated on what the EP is going to sound like, “Every song’s got it’s personality, it’s got it’s own thing, and there’s a couple people that I’ve played it for [that] all say it’s very cinematic. But it’s not– it’s definitely not just… You can’t just categorize it just as Rock, even though it’s what I ended up doing, I ended up categorizing it as Rock, calling it a Rock band all the time to people, I really don’t know what else to say it is… It’s not really a Rock record. It’s different, I’ll say that. It’s different.
I’ve been a fan of Housecore [Records] for a while. And I’m very familiar with their roster. There’s a lot of great bands on there, a lot of great Artists. The Sursiks, Donovon Punch, stuff like that. And so I wouldn’t feel comfortable saying it’s too different from what they have on their roster, but it’s definitely not Metal, it has aggressive, really really aggressive moments, but those aggressive moments are evened out with a lot of beauty and emotions outside of anger. There’s a lot of depth to it. It’s very colorful. There’s a lot of colors going on in this record.”
…You can check out our entire interview here!