We’ve never been more sure of anything.
In preparation for the band’s forthcoming seventh studio album, The Wonder Years drop fourth single, ‘Low Tide.’ Wrecking through our high expectations, this track is potentially one of our favorites yet.
In perfect TWY fashion, the song is riddled with superior lyricism, song callbacks, and OG vibes, all while oozing passion and emotion that keeps TWY as one of the greatest of our generation.
Referred to by vocalist Dan Campbell as his ‘pandemic depression song,’ the song was written over the course of several months. Capturing brutal honesty, ‘Low Tide’ highlights just a trace of the abundance of questions and fears running through the minds of TWY and creative minds alike over the past few years.
“It’s searching for some semblance of normalcy through small, newly formed rituals. It’s being unsure if I’ll ever get to do the thing I love again, if live music will ever come back. It’s deciding to just give up and then deciding not to give up and then deciding to give up again in alternating intervals. […]’
The Wonder Years – ‘Low Tide’
Serotonin bay might be at low tide, but we’re jumping in anyway.
Out September 23rd, The Hum Goes On Forever has us wishing away the summer, impatiently for its arrival. If you’re anything like us and need your fix, you can catch the band at various festivals this summer/fall or on tour with Fireworks and Macseal in October.
But for now, hit us up and let us know how much you’re diggin’ ‘Low Tide’! Comment down below or on Twitter @TheHoneyPOP.
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