Quarter-Life Crisis (aka Ryan Hemsworth) returns with new single “Waterfall” ft. Hovvdy’s Charlie Martin. It’s a buoyant, guitar-powered piece where the riffs bounce over a delicate midtempo soundscape that explores the constant tug-of-war we play as we try to understand and be understood by others. Hit that play button:
Speaking of the track, Charlie shared: “Ryan doesn’t know it but this was my first experience writing to someone else’s music. I’m a big fan of his previous work; and it was really exciting to hear him sort of meeting me in the middle style-wise. there are so many hidden gems in the production. Lyrically it explores a parallel I’ve been feeling lately: the difficulty of understanding and feeling understood and how sometimes that struggle almost mirrors the state of the planet. it’s like a downward spiraling feedback loop where any optimism feels like a triumph.”
The track is from Quarter-Life Crisis’ upcoming self-titled debut EP, which will be out on December 4th via Saddle Creek.
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