Svvarms has today premiered their new video for the track titled ‘Oceans’, from their upcoming EP of the same name. Filling the headspace with imagination and originality, Svvarms gives an earnest performance in a stripped location that highlights the music in a pure and true atmosphere.

While atmospheric, ‘Oceans’ also gives a storybook feeling for the listener and an almost dreamlike state to absorb what you are hearing.

Svvarms show, with ‘Oceans’ that simply being yourself, musically, can be the best way to showcase your music. Signature sounding from that first note, there is that certain something that endears this song, and in other ways, the band into your collection as well as your heart.

Sometimes beauty isn’t just in the eye of the beholder; its in the ears.

About Svvarms

Formed in 2019, Svvarms is the East Bay based duo of Luke Baće and Dan Pirello. Baće and Pirello are old friends who have been making music together for years. Svvarms started on a fateful Tuesday night in the winter of 2019 when they found themselves in Baće’s studio surrounded by a menagerie of guitars and synths. They unintentionally wrote their first song “Lightning in the Rain” and, invigorated by that flash of creativity, decided to meet every Tuesday night and write and record a new song, which they did for the next several months. The idea was never to have a band but to incorporate the routine of making music for creativity’s sake.

Several weeks before the pandemic hit they wrote the song “Adaleena”. At that point they had amassed a considerable body of work, deciding they should release the music they had been making over the past year. Throughout 2020 they continued to have socially distant recording sessions with Pirello being relegated to the Iso booth. Now, they are on the precipice of releasing this music and, for the first time in many years, getting to share the stage together. Svvarms is a pure expression of unfettered musical joy, free of judgement, always searching and staying open to the wellspring of music that flows through Pirello and Baće.

SOURCE: Official Bio