Washington, D.C.-based indie-pop band Sub-Radio have shared a new groovy tune. Called “Clark Kent”, it is a downtempo song with hints of classic synth-pop. It carries influences from acts such as The Weeknd and THE 1975.
“Clark Kent” talks about the feelings of isolation, desperation and heartache that most people have had to contend with. The record arrives as the third single off of the 6-piece outfit’s upcoming EP (the mini-album is produced by Andrew Maury and Mike Kamerman).
Sub-Radio is made up by Adam Bradley (vocals), Matt Prodanovich (guitar, vocals), Michael Pereira (drums), John Fengya (keys, guitar, vocals), Barry Siford (bass), and Kyle Cochran (guitar, keys).