Kitchen Dwellers on Friday shared a new single, “Sundown”, the third from the band’s upcoming album, Wise River. The Bozeman, MT quartet’s Cory Wong-produced third album is out on April 29th.

On this latest track, Kitchen Dwellers put their slamgrass style on full display. The bounce from upright bassist Joe Funk gives the single its center, as banjo picker Torrin Daniels‘ biting lyricism gives the roots band a punk edge.

“When I finished this song, I had been working on this riff for quite a while in a sort of banjo-metal fashion,” Daniels told Relix, who premiered the song last week. “I wrote the lyrics during those ‘peak quarantine’ days in the Spring of 2020, and the verses definitely reflect my mental state at the time. The phrases about time receding and the hourglass running slow reference the elasticity of time, and how our minds can warp when we’re confined to one space physically. I think almost everyone can relate to that now.”

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Watch the Jameson Mangan-directed animated video for Kitchen Dwellers’ latest single, “Sundown”. Wise River is available here for pre-order. The band’s next appearance is at WinterWonderGrass Tahoe in Olympic Valley, CA April 1st–3rd. For tickets and a full list of tour dates head here.

Kitchen Dwellers – “Sundown” (Official Video)