Low Coast, the new band from indie rock mainstay Jeff Caudill (Gameface) has released "Out There," the next single off the band's upcoming debut album "Existing the Dream" out on May 26 via Spartan Records.
Caudill says, "Out There" is a love song. It may not sound like it at first but the sentiment is really sweet. It’s about loving all of your partner’s quirks and imperfections. The riff is fire – burned into my brain. It had been on a constant loop in my head long before it turned into a song. It was one of those things that I just kept playing and the lyrics just sort of presented themselves."
After over two decades of releases with the fan-adored band Gameface, Caudill's new band marks a distinct departure from the SoCal melodic punk rock world and a foray into the direction of artists like Wilco, Gin Blossoms, and Death Cab For Cutie.
"I’ve been dreaming about this album for decades, and waiting years to release it. I feel like my patience is finally paying off. Low Coast is the band I’ve always wanted to have. These guys take my songs to places I could never get to on my own.We made this record during a really volatile time in history - and the songs reflect that," adds Caudill.