If you’re in need of evidence for the old adage, “good things come to those who wait,” then look no further than “Aurora Borealis,” the latest offering from The Veldt. This track, the second sonic gem plucked from the long-dormant debut album “Illuminated 1989,” has patiently bided its time for a staggering 34 years, yearning for its moment in the sun.

In a harmonious fusion of seemingly opposing forces, The Veldt’s sound melds the soulful resonance of someone like ….

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