By Camila Biddulph, 303 Magazine | [Editor’s note: Due to the protests re the killing of George Floye, Oxeye Daisy has postponed this event until an as yet undetermined date. We will let you know the new date.] The wave of innovative single releases has hit a new high with local band Oxeye Daisy’s dive into an auditory and visual experience perfect for social distancing and creativity alike.
The band was set to tease their newest single on June 3 with an accompanying music video that would project over the Daniel & Fisher tower on 16th street mall, but they have postponed the event out of respect to the protestors following the murder of George Floyd.
“To give protestors and this movement the light it deserves right now we will be postponing the Downtown Denver premiere of “Wanting.” While we look forward to experiencing that moment at a later date, we hope that you are tuned in to this moment right now because it needs your full attention and your support. In the meantime, we are trying to use that platform to visually show support instead (TBD). The song will still hit streaming on Thursday, June 4 and we look forward to getting together soon,” stated Oxeye Daisy on their Facebook.
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Camila is originally from Miami, Florida but moved to Denver 6 years ago and never wants to look back. She loves good food, good books, and good local music. Oh, and her cats Asha and Bones. Follow her musings on Instagram[Thank you to Alex Teitz, http://www.femmusic.com, for contributing this article.]