Sodagreen is a pop rock band from Taiwan that really needs no introduction but still aren’t quite mainstream just yet. Each of their albums seem to have built on the previous. They released their MV two days ago for their promotional track, “Ri Guang”, or “Sunlight” from their highly anticipated next album.
This album, called “Spring. Sunlight” is to be the first in a series that will span the next two years, in which four albums will be released, each pertaining to a season, inspired by Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons. The plan is spring, in Taiwan’s Taitung county to be warm folk, summer to be London rock, fall, in Beijing to be a melancholy poem and winter, in Berlin, a stately classical. Sodagreen’s lead singer Qing Feng died his hair pink for this new album to evoke the feeling of spring. When asked if he would dye his hair for the other seasons, he replied with a smile that he could consider it. The album hits stores May 8th.