Throwing us all for a surprise, Dependence has reemerged with a new single, but it isn't the usual Dependence we all may be used to. The band has undergone some changes as far as members as well as their music. Dependence is now a solo project but also a community project at the same time. After moving from California to Tennessee, vocalist Tyler Isch has decided to keep the Dependence name going with just himself but including a few friends here and there along the way.
Yesterday Isch released the first single under the Dependence name since the full band's 2016 LP, "Remembering Everything" via InVogue Records. The newest single, "The Moment When They Find Us," features instrumentals by Luke Nagel of Woven In Hiatus. The Dependence name is no longer with InVogue Records and Tyler states that "since touring is not really a priority anymore, online song ownership just makes more sense to do it all in-house."
In the near future we can be expecting more tunes from the newly revamped melodic hardcore and poetically sound project. Isch states, "I have some other songs recorded that I plan on releasing soon, but they are very different in sound. When I have enough songs compiled, I'll see what should go where. As of right now, it's just a single though, but who knows! I have new songs coming out soon though. Some of the songs that are going to be released were written by Andrew Sclafani and Alton Luque (ex- Dependence members)."
"The Moment When They Find Us" still has that original Dependence glow to it. Tyler's vocals and lyrics have always been the bandaid to the emotional scars everyone wears on a daily basis. Relating to his fans daily struggles and real life situations, Tyler pours it all out again in this new single. Isch explained to us what the new track is about; "it's about me moving from California to Nashville, it's about leaving my ex, and it's about moments with girls. Kind of all over the place, but just something that I've been going through over the past few months."
For fans that have stuck with Dependence through lineup changes and a short hiatus, this new music is for you.