Oklahoma City-based indie psychedelic rock band Space4Lease has released the first track – “Must Be Something” – of their upcoming series of singles. “Must Be Something” premiered via Groundsounds on Wednesday, July 12th.
Frontman Grayson Hamm explained the inspiration for “Must Be Something” came from a road trip he took with a friend after high school. “Coming from a small town, I never had the experience of the big city life, but surprisingly it wasn’t these destinations that intrigued me the most. It was the journey, and the miles, and the time it took to get there,” expressed Hamm, “The world was just waiting for me.”
“Must Be Something” is giving listeners their first taste of the band’s new work. Instead of the typical release format for a new EP, Space4Lease chose to consecutively release new studio recordings individually, “The band and I have such a connection with each individual song that it would only be right for us to give each song its own light,” said Hamm. “Must Be Something” is available to purchase and stream on Bandcamp, iTunes, and Spotify.
About the band:
Space4Lease formed in 2014 when keyboardist Grayson Hamm met the other members of the four-piece band at the Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma. After releasing their first EP, Hiraeth, in November 2016, Space4Lease quickly became well-known throughout the Oklahoma music scene. Full of intricate melodies and drum patterns, Space4Lease’s sound is a culmination of the members’ wide range of musical backgrounds, drawing influence from artists such as Tame Impala, My Morning Jacket, Big Thief, and Andy Shauf.