Taiwanese band Sunset Rollercoaster‘s self-owned label, Sunset Music, has launched its latest transnational collaboration project titled ‘Infinity Sunset’, just ahead of Sunset Rollercoaster Europe and US Tour (Flyers below).
Infinity Sunset is a set of five separate EPs released weekly including ‘Chicago’ with fellow Taiwanese artist Layton Wu, ‘Subtropical South’ with American artist Michael Seyer, ‘Posture and Attitude’ with Edison Song and Korean singer-songwriter O3ohn, and ‘Impossible Isle’, which features Japanese indie rock quintet Never Young Beach. The five mini-releases form the upcoming compilation album ‘Infinity Sunset’ and release at on 4 September as split singles on 7-inch vinyl.
As the grand finale of Infinity Sunset, MV of ‘Impossible Isle’, the last mini EP with Never Young Beach is dropped today. It is the only animated MV in this five mini EPs series, featuring Brazilian and American animators and directors Bernardo Britto and Alexa Lim Haas, depicting urban jungles and tropical oceans in a summer night breeze.
‘Impossible Isle’ is about peeking into the other’s world through the mist, Never Young Beach crosses the language barrier with their tenderness, remarking we don’t need words to share melodies, nostalgia, and the scenery with others. Never Young Beach was delighted to be invited to this cross-country project and said “It’s amazing to be able to do this kind of collaboration during the epidemic! “ Never Young Beach, who has visited Taiwan many times in the past, also hopes to perform in Taiwan soon. They also revealed that they are working on a new album and hope to be back with a new track next time.
In addition to the upcoming Europe and US tours, Sunset Rollercoaster will also perform in Australia in December. Before that, they will play a huge show at the 5,000-seat Taipei Music Centre on 26 November, welcoming fans from all over the world to join the ride of Sunset Rollercoaster and enjoy the sunset scenic with twinkling afterglow.