Listen: Native Sun Release Latest Single ‘Too Late’ via Grand Jury

Blistering NYC rockers, Native Sun, put on a new, ambitious display as they share their first track of the year in the form of classic guitar posture and enviable, electric attitude.

After a busy run of shows in Austin, TX, building new fanfare across the state, Native Sun return in all their glory with a neo-punk twist on traditionalist rock n roll. Building a cocktail of vintage chords and psych melodies, frontman Gomez embraces the band’s hard-hitting character with his elusive vocals, as he shouts about unpromising plans and anxious futures.

‘Too Late’ reaches out to cradle those who are feeling down on their luck and instead urges them to push through all the shit. An open letter that lets the reader know they aren’t the only ones, in the form of fiery ambition.

Speaking on the track, Gomez shares, “It’s too late and I don’t care!” A rallying cry for the downtrodden who choose to persevere in spite of an uncertain future. Dedicated to the streets of the city, its narrators and their untold stories. Optimism is resistance.”

Photo by Pond Creative

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