By O’Hara ShipeSunDog slid into the Anchorage music scene with the discharge of their first album, ‘Fungus Amongst Us’, in 2018. Since then, the psychedelic-rock trio has been accumulating an underground following and refining their sound.“We had deliberate on releasing our second album final summer season, however then COVID hit. When everybody began dropping new albums as a result of nobody may tour, we figured we must always maintain off and see what the long run was going to carry,” says the band’s bassist, Devin Lind.Though the hope of touring remains to be a distant gentle in an unsure future, this week, SunDog quietly launched their sophomore album, Cabin Fever. The album is an amalgam of 8 years of songwriting, and whereas the band’s lead singer, Abi Sparkman, says the band is able to transfer ahead with creating new music, dismissing Cabin Fever could be a mistake.From the heavy-hitting tribal basslines of ‘Oh No!’ and ‘Shaman Music’ to the subdued, melancholic wail of Sparkman’s Jefferson Airplane-esque voice, on ‘Permagrog’, SunDog’s Cabin Fever is pitch-perfect.“The humorous factor in regards to the album is that it appears to suit with the general really feel of life proper now, although a lot of the album was recorded earlier than the primary lockdown,” says Sparkman.Sparkman and crew might not but have realized that they’ve hit on the form of timeless sound that almost all bands would kill for, however that’s in all probability a great factor as a result of it means we get to maintain these up-and-comers in Alaska for somewhat longer.Cabin Fever is accessible for streaming on Spotify. It’s also possible to take a look at among the band’s music movies on their YouTube Channel at SunDog AK.