Denver’s psychedelic-rock trio Cycles released its new EP, Summer Dress, on Friday via Color Red.

Recorded at Denver’s Scanhope Studios, and produced by SunSquabi’s Josh Fairman, Summer Dress features five new carefully-curated rock tracks to ease your quarantine blues. The first track, “Robot Breath”, kicks off the album with the lyrics, “Let’s stay home and rely on our devices”, perfectly fitting with today’s global self-quarantined environment.

Cycles guitarist Patrick Harvey remarked on the new EP:

Summer Dress was the most natural thing ever for us. We couldn’t wait to lay these songs down and Josh Fairman is the man! He made it so easy for us to record this stuff live and we made it easy for him by doing barely any overdubs or retakes. The EP takes you on a journey that reminds you to lay off your phone, pull out that summer dress, head up to the hills and throw your time into the sky because the time spent worrying about what will happen will keep you from recognizing how glorious that sunrise can actually be.

Listen to the Summer Dress EP below.

Cycles – Summer Dress

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After an incredibly busy year that found the trio headlining shows across the country and supporting Umphrey’s McGee, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, SunSquabi, and more, Cycles is currently embracing the current climate of the ever-evolving music industry during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and finding new ways to bring music to their fans amid having their Spring tour postponed. Cycles was recently announced as part of the Weekend One and Two lineups for 11E1even Group’s Live From Out There digital subscription music festival and is teaming up with to bring more live-recorded shows to their fans.

Listen to Summer Dress on all streaming platforms here. For more information, head to the band’s website.

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