The moment you hear the first few strums from the guitar, you know it’s those mellow, deep, and slow-type of tracks. Yoke Lore did this song in a whole different style. I’d like to say that they made the lyrics even more meaningful and beautiful, to the point that it’ll really move you.
I was so caught up by that simple melody and vibe that just keeps repeating. It’s like a loop of total calmness and assurance. It’s a very sincere track that the original artist, Savage Garden, was actually going to make it a bonus on the album because it was so different from the rest and its meaning completely stood out.
As the meaning goes, it’s about a loved one who the singer missed deeply. And thinking about it, its what makes the entire track so pure and raw. Imagine, all you have to do is think about that one person who gives your life the most meaning.
And then suddenly, you realize that you created a soulful and loving track about them that the listeners can take apart in their journey of hearing it. You have to give it a listen, and I’m so sure that you’ll feel what I’m feeling too.
Andie constantly thinks of music as an escape to a whole other place. It also brings out this different side of her that only music can. Like, you ever have a bad day, but when you listen to this particular song or shuffle this certain playlist, everything seems better? Yeah, that's pretty much how it makes her feel too. And for her, music has to be playing everywhere– as in everywhere. It's like she has a soundtrack for anything. She can't stop writing or talking about it. It's something she can talk about with you for hours and hours. Music helps her get lost but in the best way possible.