Hailing from Johnston, RI, Loretta Querceto's Bandcamp bio claims she makes "... cynical love songs for the every day nihilist." Her latest single, "Eternal Sun," is a hypnotic, folk adjacent tune. There are some similarities to fellow Rhode Islander The Huntress and Holder of Hands in that "Eternal Sun" dances between being being a folk and indie rock song without really landing in either. There are some points where you feel it might end up being one, but then it meanders off in its own little direction. There are also some trippy world music vibes throughout the song. It's an intriguing introduction to a new artist we're hoping to hear more of in the future.
Loretta Querceto says of the new song: "I like to think of 'Eternal Sun' as a letter to myself. As I was writing it, I realized it was a memoir on self growth and development. Realizing that I was finally in a place of independence is reflected in both the song's lyrics and production."