Whitney Experiments on New Album, SPARK

The band brings new collaborators and sonic elements to the record

Whitney
Max Kakacek (left) and Julian Ehrlich strayed far from their Chicago home and back again during the COVID-19, pouring their experiences into an album with a new sound. Courtesy of the artist
Whitney
Max Kakacek (left) and Julian Ehrlich strayed far from their Chicago home and back again during the COVID-19, pouring their experiences into an album with a new sound. Courtesy of the artist

Whitney Experiments on New Album, SPARK

The band brings new collaborators and sonic elements to the record

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Critically-acclaimed band, Whitney, released their 4th album, SPARK, this past week. The new album experiments with synthesizers and other electronic elements that make the new record a departure from the band’s typical sound.

Reset caught up with the band about the inspiration behind the new record.

Guests: Julien Erlick, Max Kakacek