With just a few months left in the year, the LA-based alt rockers have no intention of slowing down. Ahead of their fall US tour opening for rock band Badflower (John Varvatos / Big Machine Label Group), Weathers have dropped another earworm for fans to enjoy. The song, “Lonely Vampire,” has an 80’s synth-pop vibe twisted with their modern alternative edge.
When asked about the songs meaning, frontman Cameron Boyer explained, “In simplest terms, ‘Lonely Vampire’ is about being socially awkward. I think that many people out there have had these moments of feeling weird or out of place at parties or other kinds of events. All of the expectations from other people on what you should wear, what you should be doing, or how you should be feeling can become really difficult to deal with. Particularly in the music world where there is a lot of dependence on building relationships, there is always this pressure to be cool, to be edgy, or be whatever crappy word somebody is calling it these days. Sometimes I just want to sit in the back room and keep to myself. ‘Lonely Vampire’ encapsulates those feelings.”