Beach Fossils Drop Third Track of 2023, ‘Run To The Moon’

Indie-rock band Beach Fossils has just released another sneak peek into their upcoming album, Bunny with their latest track, “Run To The Moon.”

Beach Fossils’ Return to Music

It’s been six years since Beach Fossils has released any music. The band, which formed in 2009, has released popular albums in the past, albeit spread out over time. Their latest album, Somersault, came out back in 2017, four years after their previous album, Clash the Truth, in 2013. Clearly, good things take time with Beach Fossils. However, if “Run to the Moon” is what we are awaiting with this new album, then you won’t catch us complaining.

In a press release, lead singer Dustin Payseur explained that “Run to the Moon” is about “having absolute freedom, the fear of losing it, but then tapping into myself in a way that felt more real.” The track explores the themes of parenthood and how Payseur, who was once terrified by the idea of becoming a parent, has experienced a shift in himself, personally and artistically, after his daughter was born.

“Run to the Moon” comes as the third track released in anticipation of Bunny, which is set to drop on June 2nd. The other two tracks include “Dare Me” and “Don’t Fade Away.”

The Men Behind The Music

In addition to lead vocalist Dustin Payseur, Beach Fossils also features guitarist Tommy Davidson, bassist Jack Doyle Smith, and drummer Anton Hochheim. You can catch the dream-pop indie band playing alongside Zola Jesus and Black Marble at Burial Forestry Camp in Asheville, NC this June. Until then, watch the “Run to the Moon” music video, directed by Dustin Payseur himself, down below. And be sure to mark your calendar for Bunny’s release on June 2nd.

If you’re looking for other artists to stream while waiting for Bunny, we’d recommend checking out A R I Z O N A and Overcoats.

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