Two years after their latest release, DIY-psych-soul-rockers The Grand East drop their new single ‘Absolute’. While playing an enormous amount of festivals throughout Europe in the last two years, now the band has retreated theirselves in a new build studio to work on new songs.

‘Absolute’ defines the new The Grand East, still their musical outbreaks can feel like psychedelical trips, in 'Absolute' the band found a more electronic and meditative sound. 'Absolute' got it's poppy chillness by it's subtile surprises that leads you by the edges of the river Saint John. Originally the foundations of the song were recorded as part of the band’s appearance in ‘Wolffcast’ a podcast made by their musical friends DeWolff. The single is a reflection of the actual state the band is in at this very moment. Not restricted by the absence of a drummer, they downloaded a HTML Drum Machine which brings in it's ongoing cadence. The artwork has been designed out of charcoal by vocalist Arthur Akkermans.

The Grand East latest album ‘What A Man’ dates back to 2018, now perspectives expecting an album early 2021. After COVID-19 screwed a large Euro tour early 2020 The Grand East sure will hit the road again when possible.

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