TX noise-pop band DAIISTAR are dropping new single “Repeater,” the third to be lifted from their debut album Good Time, which is out September 8th via Fuzz Club. The new cut arrives off the back of recent singles “Star Starter” and “Tracemaker,” plus a newly-announced US tour with The Black Angels and The Dandy Warhols and two Texas album release shows with Night Beats.
DAIISTAR’s Alex Capistran (guitar/vocals) writes:
“‘Repeater’ is a voyage through the darker side of the human consciousness. It’s common for people to mask what’s on the inside and in this track we travel beyond the exterior. The lyrics are minimal with the intent of focusing on the music itself and how it intensifies as the song progresses. On this track we journey inward only to find ourselves spiraling out in the end.”
Made up of Capistran, Nick Cornetti (drums), Misti Hamrick (bass) and Derek Strahan (keys),
DAIISTAR formed in the spring of 2020. Creating a narcotic blend of noise and melody, the band takes their inspiration from the neo-psychedelic era of the 80s and 90s and pulls it into the future with modulating synthesizers, heavy guitars, bouncing bass lines, and spiraling hooks. Their debut studio album, Good Time, was produced by Alex Maas of The Black Angels and engineered by James Petralli of White Denim.