Silent Rival Interview
Sara Coda joins me on Revelator #228to talk about the bands newest album release titled “The Kindness of Strangers”.
Sara and I not only talk about the bands newest single “ Die A Little”
Sara and I also discuss what we enjoy about Indian food. We talk about lending a hand to strangers in need and helping others who have less than we do.
Sara Coda is really a genuine soul and I’m glad to of had such a wonderful person on the podcast.
Short Band Bio:
The Los Angeles based band—vocalist Sara Coda, guitarist Joz Ramirez, bass player Yutaka Sao, and drummer Brock Bowers—thrives on rising from the ashes. "I've got to die a little, to live at all!,” Coda exclaims on the first single, "Die A Little.” The track has been making an impact, landing at #1 on KROQ "Locals Only" program.
Musically, The Kindness of Strangers also focuses on reinvention. In fact, the Matt Wallace-produced LP puts a modern twist on glam, synth-pop and classic alternative rock. "Freedom" is an exuberant '80s pop song with gospel-influenced harmonies; "Find Them Beautiful" is electro pogo-pop; and the dirty fuzz of "Paranoid"boasts jagged guitars with a razor-sharp edge.
Coda—whose blues-tinted vocals rival Lady Gaga in terms of range and power—handles these diverse styles with ease. On "I Quit the War," she captivates with her mellow and brooding vocal tone; on "Hollywood," she's a passionate, yet fearless, truth-teller.