Under the Wild Sea by REUNIØN is officially out.Emerging Pop duo REUNIØN have really made a name for themselves over the past year by releasing perfectly crafted and engrossing music. They’re now back to finish the year in the best way possible with the release of their new nostalgic single ‘Under the Wild Sea’.
Consisting of experienced producers Eliot James and Jon Green, the duo uses every possible opportunity of REUNIØN to explore their own creative thoughts and release music very close to their hearts. The pair perfectly utilise the opportunity to embed their own vision onto a finely sculpted landscape of sound.
‘Under the Wild Sea’ is a soothing offering which allows listeners to feel a sense of relief. The track opens up with charming piano and delicate vocals which build to a moment where as a listener you feel a sense of fulfilment. Perfectly suited for this time of the year.
The pair spoke out about the meaning behind ‘Under the Wild Sea’.
“’ This song is about trying to find some calm and clarity, away from the chaos and rush of modern life. Jon had the lyrical idea whilst travelling and reconnecting with family- that being one of being present and turning down some of the noise, remembering what matters in life from a place of calmness. He mumbled out those words and ideas to Eliot and very quickly the song began to form around it- lots of hopeful and nostalgic piano chords alongside synths and strings to try and place us under the waves”
REUNIØN also touched on how the past year has been for them.
“2021 has been different and challenging in many ways as it has been for us all but has given us more time to create and focus on the things that matter definitely.”
REUNIØN is the creative outlet for Eliot James and Jon Green who both have notable credits to their names. Eliot has worked with Two Door Cinema Club, Noah & The Whale, Bloc Party and Jon noted for his work with James Bay, Kylie and Linkin Park.
‘Under the Wild Sea’ is the follow up to REUNIØN’s recent hit single’s ‘Over The Moon’ and ‘Never Breaking Up’ which saw the duo championed by the likes of Rolling Stone Magazine, Notion, CLASH Magazine, Fame Magazine, Purple Melon and much more. The band had already received raving reviews by the likes of Atwood Magazine, Hot Press, Something You Said and Listen to Discover while impressively reaching over a million streams on their previous singles.