Summer warmth and late-night beach parties
Norway-based band Royal Carbona was formed by indie-rock musician Marius Maeland, who had several songs ready and called other musician friends to help out with his new project.
The band mixes several genres (pop, rock, and sometimes psychedelic landscapes) in many of the songs, and is sometimes fairly experimental in both song structure and instrumentation.
“Since the COVID restrictions on travel made it impossible to travel to warmer lands, this song was birthed with a longing for the good times, the summer warmth and late-night beach parties,” Maeland says. “If we couldn’t travel, we could at least dream our way there. The song has a strong retro ‘80s influence, which can be heard by double voicings and a lot of second voicings. The luxuries of a band that has two vocalists.”