Distopia are streaming their latest single named Good Day. This is their third single coming right after Made For You and Healing. Good Day is an uplifting composition with the sole purpose to cheer up the people when they feel depressed. Considering the circumstances with pandemics and months spent in quarantine, this number comes just in time to enhance the mood. The group explores a couple of genres that are flawlessly working to the advantage of this song. You may hear how indie rock intervenes with classic US rock, but Distopia decided to spice things up with even more sonic delicacies along the way. Good Day sounds catchy as much as indie rock could be, and this is one of those songs you’ll instantly fall in love with.
Distopia comes out from Westchester, New York, and it consists of Alex Silver on vocals and guitar, John Marc Degaard on drums, and Jason Robins on bass. The trio gathered and started rehearsing in early 2020, but somehow managed to already record a full-length material, which they plan to release in mid 2021. They started sharing single to the broader auditorium in early 2021.
Alex Silver shared his story on starting Distopia: “Since my parents’ divorce, I’d write songs almost daily to deal with everything going on in my life at the time. Things weren’t easy for me while I was growing up. My biggest songwriting inspirations are John Lennon and Kurt Cobain, which definitely shows in my music.” “I went to Frost School of Music at the University of Miami for 4 years. After college ended, I had this crazy abundance of songs and a lot of them I didn’t want to give up to other artists. I reached out to two of my closest friends that I thought of as some of my favorite musicians to see how we’d sound together. After the first rehearsal, I knew Jason and John Marc were the perfect musicians for the sound I was trying to go for. We started working on different material, and within a week, we had 20 songs ready to record.”
“Something really clicked the first time we played together as Distopia. I came into it hoping they’d be down to help record some of my songs and play live, but it turned into a real band where we all contribute and are equally as important. Couldn’t be any happier with the way things turned out and I’m so excited to show everyone what we’ve been working on.”