BLACKBOOK PREMIERE: Dreamy New I, Us, & We Single ‘Prism’

 

Though their name sounds more like the title of a book on multiple personality disorder, I, Us, & We are actually three mystery-shrouded brothers – Jordan, Evan and Aaron Doverspike – from the wine valley California town of Temecula. They released a debut single, “Idol,” in 2017, which exhibited their way with lush, electronic pop.

This continues with the dreamy new track “Prism,” which BlackBook premieres here – and will be featured on their second EP of the same name, out later this fall. A stark synth-pop foundation is layered with opulent atmospherics and soulful vocals, anchored by a big, magnetic chorus.

“Prism is about going through crisis,” Jordan explains, “and finding that you yourself are stronger than you believe – but also that you can lean on others and make it through said crisis together.”

And we all need someone we can lean on…don’t we?

N.B.  “Prism” will be available on all DSPs this Friday.

 

 

 

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