Listen: Suave Punk – ‘Dust Bunny’

It deals with our interactions with the world...

LA based musician Suave Punk has shared his new song ‘Dust Bunny’.

Out now, it continues the songwriter’s solitary path, melding together skeletal post-punk with aspects of dreamy shoegaze textures. Recent track ‘Petals’ made this point clear, a song “born from the human struggle” that swept away all in its path.

Guitar-driven return ‘Dust Bunny’ continues his rise, with Suave Punk broadening his sound, incorporating aspects of my bloody valentine’s lush distortion while retaining the early colours and hues that made him so distinctive.

The song finds the artist – real name Justin Kim – reflecting on a real-life spot of cleaning, and how the debris of our respective lives can intermingle. He comments…

 “I wrote ‘Dust Bunny’ after finding one in the corner of my room while doing some cleaning, in true recent-college-graduate style. This particular dust bunny was pretty big, pretty dusty and I thought to myself, ‘there’s gotta be shit in this thing from before I moved in…’” 

“It’s funny to imagine that while living in this particular house for the past two years, things have changed a lot, both within and around me. This dust bunny however, is probably one of the only things that had stayed the same, watched me grow in a sense. The song in essence, was our conversation.”

A circular experience, ‘Dust Bunny’ spirals out of the speakers – tap in below.

Photo Credit: Caitlyn Phu

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