Brooklyn-based quartet Social Creatures Offer Up Dancy New Single "The Ravine" | Latest Buzz | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Brooklyn-based quartet Social Creatures Offer Up Dancy New Single “The Ravine”

Weaves back and forth between ‘80s inspired dance rock and alternative rock

The Ravine” is the fourth single from Social Creatures’ forthcoming The Ravine EP, an EP of music written and recorded while on the road promoting their debut LP. While writing this EP, the band has had the opportunity to workshop songs with live audiences while on the road, seeing what works and what doesn’t live, and rewriting on the go.

The track weaves back and forth between ‘80s inspired dance rock, and alternative rock. Lyrically the track references a physical place where singer Jono Robertson had many “firsts,” and an excitement and curiosity that he finds his way back to spiritually through playing music.

The four-piece features Canadian singer/multi-instrumentalist Jono Robertson, guitarist Daniel
Lazari, bassist Jacob Ott and drummer John Patrick Roach. Formed in 2018, the band is equal
parts danceable and vulnerable with bursts of hard rock.

The band has since hit the road on a national tour with stops in 40 cities, including Pleasantville Music Festival and Musikfest, sharing bills with acts like They Might Be Giants, The Allman Betts Band, The Wild Things, and more. This March the band supported Sam Roberts Band on their Northeastern USA dates.

What do you think of Social Creature’s latest, “The Ravine”?

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