Gone Is Gone, Featuring Troy Sanders, Releases Second Single

Gone is Gone: Everything Is WonderfallGone is Gone has released another single, marking their second new song since they released their full-length debut in 2017.

“Everything is Wonderfall” was created out of a jam from near the beginning of the pandemic and is described by the band as a “meditation of an uncertain universe.” Fronted by Mastodon bassist/vocalist Troy Sanders, the supergroup also includes Queens of the Stone Age’s Troy Van Leeuwen, At the Drive-In drummer Tony Hajjar, and keyboardist Mike Zarin.

“As the world was locking down and musicians were figuring out a new normal, we were fortunately and unfortunately doing what this band has always had to do to continue creating,” Hajjar explains. “This song was started with a jam and then cut up and edited to be fitting to a new sound that we are trying out. We want our songs to be able to fit in a band format or switch into an electronic-based format that can live on its own as a second arm of the band’s sound. Looking forward to everybody hearing the rest of the songs.”

In addition to his captivating vocals, Sanders delivers a thick bass line with an exceptionally wooly tone. Check out the music video:

“Everything Is Wonderfall” is available now on streaming services and as a download via iTunes and Amazon MP3.

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