After two long years, Cavetown is releasing his brand new full-length album wormfood on November 4th. We’ve memorized every single second of Sleepyhead at this point, so a whole new album’s worth of lyrics to learn sounds like the perfect addition to our end-of-summer to-do list. And his new single ‘1994‘ is so effortlessly perfect, we immediately put it on loop.
‘1994’ reminds us that we are our worst critics, messing up is how we grow, and growing is really rad. Skinner said in a conversation about ‘1994,’ “[it’s] about dealing with perceived guilt and how it can become over-exaggerated in my head. I’m working on defining the line between what’s really wrong in a situation, versus what is made up in my head. Because it’s the parts that aren’t real that I end up feeling quite guilty about.”
‘1994’ is the second single from wormfood, and just like ‘Fall In Love With A Girl,’ it’s additional evidence that this album is going to be cover-to-cover bangers. His U.S. Tour, which sold over 50,000 tickets and wrapped up this past May, is equal proof. Oh yeah, not to mention opening up for Bleachers at the Kia Forum this spring. Cavetown is absolutely glowing and growing right now, and we have been waiting to see it.
Which song on Sleepyhead are you putting on loop with the singles until November 4th? Personally, our pick is ‘Wishing Well.’ Let us know yours by tweeting us @thehoneypop! Or you can leave us a comment on Instagram and Facebook!