Sunday Scaries continue to heat up the summer with their latest single “Falling.” Out now via 10k Projects / Astralwerks, this second single in their “one-song-a-month” series is another infectious club hit for the duo. Following a viral hit like “Chill Like That,” which has amassed over 40 million streams, is no easy task. But, with their first summer track in the bold up-tempo track “Pick N Choose” and now “Falling,” Sunday Scaries are riding the wave of success.
As for “Falling,” the funky bass line and warbling hook immediately attract the ear. Exuding late night escapades with no end in sight, the tracks bustles forward with a trance inducing groove of shimmering keys, plucky guitars, and vibrant percussion. The words “In too deep, so sweet” perfectly capture the essence of the club-ready track as it ramps up the energy with a capitalizing second drop that keeps the momentum forward, just like the duo continue to prove with their releases. With “Pick N Choose” already garnering over half-a-million total streams and counting, there is no telling where “Falling” with land.
More about Sunday Scaries
Since forming in 2019, the Los Angeles-based duo has refined a collection of hyperactive, frenetic, and addictive dancefloor sounds that conquer clubs everywhere they play. The duo—made up of Decatur, IL native Alex Hein and Nashville’s Will Ezell—is poised to expand their dominance everywhere the disco ball’s light touches. The pair met on SoundCloud and started collaborating on tracks built around dizzy hooks that draw listeners in—and keep them moving. Before long, they made a name for themselves in the college circuit and opened for acts DJ Snake and Louis the Child in cities like Las Vegas and Cabo.
Though the club is their domain, they make music for everyone. Drawing on rap, indie and pop sounds, they aim to craft dance tracks that connect with both house diehards and those trekking to the club for the first time. Sunday Scaries landed their first hit on the Billboard Dance/Electronic charts with “Xtasy.” They followed it with “Chill Like That,” a propulsive track that became a TikTok trend and climbed Spotify’s Viral Charts all over the world. To date, Sunday Scaries have amassed over 40 million streams across platforms and over 1.5 million monthly listeners. Having perfected the go-for-broke, sugar-rush breakdown-laden dance track, it’s just a matter of time before they make their mark in clubs and at festivals worldwide.