It is a crowded field of rising bands out there, and one band from Norwalk, CT is setting themselves apart from the flock. Goose, a four piece indie-groove act today released their most recent single, “Time to Flee,” which features a distinctly Steely Dan sound coupled with inspired-by-real-life lyrics. Written by Peter Anspach (guitar/keys), “Time to Flee” follows the release of last month’s “All I Need,” the band’s first studio content in over three years.
Anspach says of the single: “‘Flee’ is about setting your soul free, especially when a leap of faith seems the most daunting. It is a lyrical self reflection, humorously encapsulating the mental disquietude of leaving lost love in the past.”
The single was recorded and mixed by Kenny Cash at Factory Underground in Norwalk, CT, and mastered by veteran engineer Emily Lazar with assistance by Chris Allgood at The Lodge in New York City. Catch the band on tour all Summer in a city near you. Dates can be found at goosetheband.com.