"Mulholland Drive" is a Subtle Inspiration

The Never Ending, Debby Ryan

Some days, the overly-blunt aren't as effective as the subtle inspiration. The up-and-coming band The Never Ending recently released an EP containing five songs, one of them being "Mulholland Drive." The name of the song comes from a historical street in Los Angeles (Santa Monica neighborhood), and is very much about the allusion of Hollywood itself. This is the one song that won't be leaving our 'repeat' playlist for a while. Click play, and see what we're fussing about.

Photography // Derek Wood for Zooey Magazine