LOCKET Release New Video for “Kilayear”


Canadian alt-rock band Locket has announced their new album Superluminal out November 10 via Fearless Records. Pre-order it here.  

Today, the band shared the video for “Kilayear.” Watch it here.

The track is a power-pop gem that is sprinkled with plenty of sonic heft and grit. Razor sharp riffs, bouncy, singalong choruses, and emotive verse define the song, which appears on their sophomore effort Superluminal.”

Thematically, this track is at the core of what this record is about,” the band shares. “This song is about dealing with the pace at which things change as you get older…how much can happen in a few short years. Learning to cope with things we think we missed out on…unable to slow things down. It feels like mental gymnastics at times, navigating where you think you are vs where you’re really at….but the world keeps turning.”

Recording their second full-length, frontman Brad Garcia states, “When ‘band world’ got put on pause back in 2020, it almost felt like a sigh of relief. We found this sense of freedom in being able to just write music for no other reason than writing music. With real pressure, we could write riffs, and not overthink anything. And I think because of that, sonically, the record feels so authentically us.” 

He continues, “Thematically, I approached writing this record from this place of not knowing what’s next (for the band or for ourselves as individuals). It ended up being this cathartic process of learning to deal with this central part of your life being forced across a tightrope, and ultimately learning to be alright if it slips and falls apart because it might make way for a new chapter. We started writing this album as band guys in our twenties. By the time it comes out, we’ll be in our thirties, married, with a clearer understanding of who we are as people that have this insane privilege of making music together where people actually listen. We don’t take that for granted. Also, we all think the album fuckin’ rocks, so that’s probably the most important thing.”

Sonic Bloom” 
“Blame My Brain”
Rearview Memory
Tear Me to Pieces
“Fun House”

 Locket, whose core members (Garcia, guitarist Cory Bergeron and bassist Travis Morrison) have achieved more than they ever could have dreamed of when they started out 10 years ago in a band under a different name. Once reforming as Locket, they released the album All Out in late 2019. The record earned positive press from publications including Billboard, The Alternative, and New Noise, and the single “Hunnie” has racked up more than 1.3 million Spotify streams.