Summa, the multi-instrumentalist outfit from Boulder, Colorado has finally released Microlove – their debut EP.
Produced by Jake O’Neal and Max Grossman in collaboration with Michael Kang of The String Cheese Incident, Microlove features five tracks of honest down-to-earth music.
Each track in Microlove draws inspiration from different sources. When asked for the story behind the songs, Summa frontman Jake was more than happy to oblige:
Forces was inspired by my studies of Stoicism and specifically the text The Enchiridion. With Sex Gun I just wanted a raw, intense song about the the sexual power of that woman who just can’t get enough and drives you crazy. Love at 16 was about losing my virginity at 16 and the intense depression I suffered as a result…
Microlove was covered in our interview with Jake in February. You can check it out here . The EP also includes There There, a Radiohead cover from the album Hail to the Thief.
The Microlove EP was recorded at Mighty Fine Productions in Denver, CO with Colin Bricker as their engineer, while the album cover is a post-storm photograph taken by Megan McGrain from her second story apartment of the parking lot below – A mixture of water, pollen and oil.
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You can purchase Microlove on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/microlove-ep/id678469048