Indie-rock Trio Lone Kodiak Releases “Bones”

Indie-rock trio Lone Kodiak has released their newest electrifying single, “Bones.” The song delivers a nostalgic message about life, love, and loss that listeners can relate to with sweeping electric guitar, cinematic drums, and haunting vocals. “Bones” is now available to stream and download on digital music platforms worldwide

The indie-rock trio, composed of Dainéal Parker, Daniel Alden, and Joshua Harris, displays undeniable electric energy that seeps into the song. The somber track, penned by lead singer Dainéal Parker, illustrates a touching, vivid message of life’s fleeting nature. Producer Kyle Mangels perfectly captures the essence of the lyrics and accompanies the vocals with vibrant production. “Bones” prompts listeners to reflect on the finite nature of life and revel in the present moment. With poignant lyrics and layered vocals, it’s clear that Lone Kodiak is making an impact by intimate storytelling sure to bring listeners on an emotional journey. Parker explains that the process of writing this track was just as mesmerizing as the song itself. “‘Bones’ was a happy, happy accident. We were experimenting with intros for our live set; we took one of our previous songs, slowed it down, and reversed it (which is what you’ll hear at the beginning),” Parker explains. “We were totally captivated by this melody we kept hearing, and two hours later, we had a new song. I think our best songs are ones that just kind of come together naturally without a ton of interference from us.” “Bones” delivers an emotional and intimate impact that will leave listeners wanting more.

While they now reside in East Los Angeles, Lone Kodiak was established by Dainéal Parker and Daniel Alden in Portland, Oregon, where the pair met as teenagers. Since then, they have consistently produced music that rests on superb storytelling, unique guitar melodies, and unmistakable drums. With the addition of Josh Harris on drums, the band has been fervently writing and recording in preparation for their album release in early 2021. Lone Kodiak’s sound shares a stark resemblance to the bands that have acted as a source of immense inspiration, including Smashing Pumpkins, The Cure, Explosions in the Sky, and Daughter. The group remains a unique, talented group of musicians looking to share their stories with the world. Lone Kodiak has been featured on Buzzfeed, American Songwriter, Pop Matters, Stereogum, PDX Monthly, and played on KROQ, KCRW, KCSN, among others.

Lone Kodiak is a dynamic, energetic, and talented trio that is showing no signs of stopping. Their newest single, “Bones,” is a stunning track that hints at what’s to come.

Download or stream “Bones” on digital music platforms worldwide and Visit the band at to be the first to hear about upcoming projects.

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