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Deep Purple Sage by Sundance Jump

An eclectic smorgasbord of wild Acid-Rock sound designed to turn good times into great ones – the new album Deep Purple Sage by Sundance Jump has been generating a massive buzz since its official release. Created with an extraordinary combination of pure passion and skill that blends the Wild West with a truly vintage Americana/Rock sound, Deep Purple Sage contains eleven cuts designed to represent a timeless style of music that never wears out, and gives the people what they want from their speakers a stereo.

w dire wolff deep purple sageLed by the talents of W. Dire Wolff, Johnny Rock, and Tommy Dietrick, Sundance Jump set forth to make a record stocked full of pure audio entertainment with a massive range of ideas bound to appeal to each and every listener out there across the globe. Featuring a stellar guest appearance from Dan Joe right on the drums, and recorded at the legendary Skylab Recording Studio in Joshua Tree, California – together as Sundance Jump, they reveal a completely unified sound and a strong collection of exciting cuts that define what cohesion really means when it comes to making music. Keeping the energy and uniqueness flowing from the left to the right, this band is fully dedicated to making music as memorable as it gets.

Available on CD, Vinyl, and digitally, Deep Purple Sage is out and available everywhere right now! Join Sundance Jump as they surge into 2020 with the momentum, enthusiasm, support, and love from their rabidly devoted fan-base, with a complete lineup of unforgettable tunes you can’t miss out on. They are not here to simply follow the path left by the rest that paved the way for them today – they’re ready to blaze their own trail and make history with their music – and they’re stoked to have you along for the ride.

Ally are you Okay? is a fast-paced Alternative Rock song about remembering romance in a sad time.

‘Come to this Mountainside’ was written two weeks before the Camp Fire in California started on November 8, 2018. That was the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California’s history. The song describes the horrors of the climate crisis while offering a message of hope.

“At the time I wrote the song, I wrote a batch of songs. I wrote it down and moved on to the next song. Then when the fire was going on, I started to practice the songs and realized it was an eerie peek into the future.” Wolff

“Deep Purple Sage is an impressive work of art and achieves a level of quality that stands the test of time.” – StepKid.com

“Prominent Indie Rock Music Band Sundance Jump Mesmerizes the Audiences with Their Soothing Tracks” – Daily Music Roll

“Sundance Jump Treats the Audience with a Playlist of Groovy Numbers…” – The Tunes Club

“Psychedelic Acid Rock with an Alternative-Americana approach that’ll keep you engaged and listening to the many details and imagery found throughout…” – SleepingBagStudios.ca

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