Toronto’s own follow site Weaves have follow up to their recent new single, http://earlylearningpoco.ca/2016/06/03/march-coquitlam-3-5-yr-old-2/ ‘#53’, and release today their brand new instalment, buy Seroquel visa ‘Walkaway’. The new single is taken from the forthcoming sophomore album, ‘Wide Open’, set to be released on October 6th via Buzz Records/Kanine/Memphis Industries.
The track is accompanied by a video – directed by the band’s guitarist Morgan Waters – that pictures the band between dry countryside landscapes and a house, with a final bonfire that pairs with the poppy chorus of the song and better explains the sentiment of the lyrics. Says vocalist Jasmyn Burke about the track: “It’s a song about empowerment and finding light in the darkness. This is a reflective song in tone and at the time I wrote it I was stuck in a moment of having to make a decision to stay or leave an unhealthy situation. It’s okay to admit that we’re vulnerable and having a hard time and sometimes you have to just walk away.”
Watch the video for ‘Walkaway’ below here. Weaves’ LP2 is now just over a month away. And we can’t wait for it.