Now, following the successful release of Toogoodoo, Stop Light Observations are poised to tackle their next major endeavor—an ongoing series of digital 45s, each with an A-side & B-side, entitled The Volume, which will disperse the band’s hard-hitting yet melodic songs in a more immediate fashion. At the center of the first volume is Stop Light Observations' new single, "coyote." A stunning, slow-building piano ballad that evolves strikingly through distinct dynamic phases, vocalist Will Blackburn's effortlessly toggling between a delicate croon and an anthemic howl. With "coyote," the group distills it's already potent arena-ready indie rock all the way through the song's powerful crescendo of an outro. Stop Light Observations may be blazing their own trails, but they want everyone to join them on their journey—fans, friends and family, past and present. "The Volumes will ultimately be defined as a series—a voice for the voiceless. A podium for those who have yearned for the opportunity to share their own stories of struggle, passion, & love," Blackburn explains.