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Beach Fossils Get Vulnerable on Their New Album “Bunny”

It was 2009 when Beach Fossils first formed in Brooklyn and dropped their first singles, “Daydream” and “Desert Sand.” Since then, the band worked on their independent career, making it to the top tier lists in the music genres of indie and alternative.

After 14 years, the band is stronger and more passionate than ever, and to prove it is their new album, Bunny.

Discover with us Beach Fossils and their new release here on Music Daily.

Beach Fossils’ Bunny Is All About Origins

Bunny is Beach Fossils’ latest release. Bunny arrives about two years after the release of their previous studio album, The Other Side Of Life: Piano Ballads. The band returned to a full-band structure where Dustin Payseur, Jack Doyle Smith, Tommy Davidson, and Anton Hochheim participated.

Coming out at the beginning of the month, the album was teased with singles like “Don’t Fade Away,” “Dare Me,” and “Seconds.” “Run To The Moon” was also one of the main singles to welcome fans to the new complete studio release.

Credit: cover art for Beach Fossils’ Bunny

Band Talks Release

To discuss the release, the band went on their social account and shared an open-hearted love story with Bunny.

“I’m so incredibly full of love that I can’t even find the words to express how I feel,” started Dustin Payseur, Beach Fossils’ singer and guitarist. “This album has been my entire world for the past 6 years. It’s a surreal moment when it becomes public.”

Payseur continued, discussing how proud he feels of the result and members’ work, and how the album fast became his favorite among the band’s entire discography.

“I always say this when we release something new, but I really do think it’s my favorite Beach Fossils record.”

In fact, it is clear that the album is not only the one where the group could experiment the most musically, but also the release that allowed the members to be more honest and vulnerable in their words.

“It’s easily my most personal and vulnerable, and I think it’s our best songwriting and production work to date,” admits Payseur.

“On Bunny, I’ve been able to express myself in ways that I haven’t before. With every new record I’m always pushing myself out of my comfort zone to create something new.”

The musician finally concluded the message by thanking the band’s members, his family, friends, and the fans, which immediately showed all their love for the group and the album. He concluded:

“14 years later and Beach Fossils is still DIY and independent, there will never be any compromise on that. I’m so lucky to have an amazing team who believes in Beach Fossils and works hard to make it all happen.”

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