Jordan Doverspike, Evan Doverspike and Aaron Doverspike are brothers based in California who write and perform captivating dream pop they describe as “clean and unadulterated”.

Their EP, the beautifully atmospheric ‘Mono’ was recorded in their home studio and produced by Chad Marshman over the course of several weeks. Taking a collaborative approach, the brothers found that some tracks came more easily than others, but the advantage of recording from a home studio meant that they could act immediately whenever inspiration struck.

‘Mono’ is a fluid collection of songs featuring enigmatic sounds and vocal harmonies that ebb and flow, with each track differing in tone. The upbeat opening track ‘Lanterns’ is perfectly juxtaposed with the ethereal and climactic ‘Sunday’. Third track ‘Free is ominously somber whereas closing track ‘Alive’ ends the EP on an optimistic note.

Director: Michael Booth
Girl: Anais Alessandra
Visuals: Shawn Curley
Make Up: Amanda Jonnine

“This seraph’s song envelops us with a sense so cold it burns.”
Danny Davenport

“…like cleansing your ears with a new sound that wipes away the stress. Its cryptic, its atmospheric, its quite fantastic, to be honest.”
CityScope Blog

“‘Sunday’ is a lush synth-driven glide with a nifty modern take on some soft-focus 80s production. Call it chillwave, call it synthwave, call it what you want, it’ll still sooth your soul just as well whichever way.”
Record Rewind Play

“Wondrous and dreamy synth-pop with exceptional vocals – so mirage-like in quality that your perceptions will be happily bewildered.”
Raw Ramp

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