Dahlia Sleeps Teaches Us How To Resuscitate Hope In “Settle Down”

“And so we break and then you choke / It’s how I hurt those I love the most”

Photo: Courtesy of Kartel

London quartet ventures out to the tricky territory of hope in their new single “Settle Down.” The song nestle us in the middle of a conversation where one side is trying to revive hope that has been lost. But despite the heavy-hearted theme, the track has buoyancy to it that captures the inexplicable strength of human spirit that survives even the worst heartbreaks:

“’Settle Down’ is a dialog between myself and someone I care greatly for,” explained the band’s producer Luke Hester. “It’s what I couldn’t say in person. That contradictory place of trying to reassure someone at a seemingly hopeless point, that there’s still hope.”

The track is from the quartet’s upcoming EP Love Lost, which will be out on December 3rd. They have a headline show coming up:

10/19 – Omeara (London, UK)