Kyle Sparkman releases groovy new single “All There” along with live session in the woods
Born during a lightning storm with Parliament-Funkadelic booming in the background, Kyle Sparkman makes eccentric indie pop lives up to his origin story. His latest song, “All There,” is a burst of energy as he lets go of the angst and apprehension that defined 2020. Along with the single, Sparkman released a live session filmed in the woods.
Instantly groovy, the song manages to combine funk, disco, and jangley rock. Stuck biting his nails in a state of constant unease, Sparkmin sings “I can never relax / got to look at the facts / I’m not all there.” With a thumping bassline and a psychedelic guitar solo, he makes it hard to remember what you were so worried about in the first place.
“‘All There’ is a funky & gritty tune that takes the anxious zeitgeist of the past year, yells about it, and then funks off into the sunset,” Sparkman said in a statement.
You can stream the track here and watch the live session below.