In Search Of is a progressive rock band with defined alt rock tendencies that will revolutionize the ways you view the genre. They craft their songs with vision and proficiency. In their latest track, Alice and the Wonderland, the band presents unique interpretations of the themes and scenes from the beloved fairy tale. Mystery and mystique presented with edgy rock features, the thirteen song LP is a measure of the band’s range and virtues. Taken from this album is Tea Party, a track that centers the story as told by In Search Of; collating the vibrancy of the characters and elevating it with suiting arcs. Listeners of Panic at the Disco are sure to enjoy the awry aesthetics and deliberate deviance of this track. Listen Now!

iTunes Artwork for 'Alice and the Wonderland (by In Search Of)'

The track opens on a note of madness, a narrative about losing heads. Alternating between emo pop and gunning pop-punk arcs, the song has an incredible theatrical presence. The histrionic storytelling is frayed and supplemented by explosive punk beats and buckling grunge riffs. Despite the contrasts that it holds, there’s a seamless continuum to the song which allows the listener to experience the audio-visuals without being disillusioned.

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to Tea Party from the “Alice and the Wonderland” Album by In Search of here –