It remains a scary time for most humans around the globe. I have personally found it very hard to relate to new music coming out right now that was recorded well before any of this current craziness started. So, I was happy to receive a new song from my friends in Fort Frances that puts a positive spin on these months of isolation.
The track premiered yesterday over on the Bluegrass Situation, and I wanted to do a little more than just shoot off a retweet because I think that kind of this is a bit too easy to fall through the cracks. As a long-time supporter of the band, I feel like they deserve a bit more attention. In particular a song like this, that has brought me some comfort in the days since I first heard it. I hope it brings the same kind of solace.
We have a long way to go, but I think David is right when he sings “Call up all of your friends. Draw a map of the world with everywhere you wanna go. Make promises for when all of this is a game of ‘remember when’.” We’re gonna get through this and we’ll be stronger for it. But it’s nice to have a song like this for when the days are dark and it feels never-ending.