“Inspiration is the air that fills our lungs ”
“WALL SIDE CONTINUE TO FURTHER THEIR REACH WITH THE LIKES OF SINGLES ‘FOREVER DAFFODILS’ AND ‘FEELING LIKE DIDO’, EXPANDING ON AN ECLECTIC CATALOGUE TO FOREVER UNDERLINE A VERSATILE AND UNINHIBITED LOVE FOR MUSIC IN ALL OF ITS FORMS.”
The release ultimately provides a heartfelt ode to the devastation and turmoil that Ukraine has been subjected to for well over a year now.
Written out of a deep consideration for what daily life would be like amidst the chaos and uncertainty of Ukraine at this time, Where Did You Go adopts the perspective of a civilian slowly and increasingly losing contact with people they hold close.
All proceeds from Where Did You Go will be donated to The British-Ukrainian Aid Charity
On the surface, an immersive trip-hop and RnB fusion of soulful vocal layers and intimate desires. Underneath this, however, we get the deeply revealing tale of Narcissus – a figure condemned to living a life of thirst whilst sitting by a river; water he would ultimately drown in. The story is that Narcissus rejected the advances of an admiring lady Echo, and in doing so was punished by Nemesis. He would later fall in love with his own reflection, after spending all of his time consumed by it, after his death, a daffodil would grow in his place.
A fascinating tale in and of itself, a poignant one with undeniable relevance to modern living.
The Greek myth of Dido involves the Trojan War. Aeneas’s town was destroyed in the war, and he had to leave with the rest of the Trojans to escape. As it goes, he left in search of his destiny. That is when he met Dido.
After Aeneas and Dido fell in love, it was Jupiter who convinced Aeneas to leave Dido. He did this so that Aeneas would continue on his journey to found Rome.
Aeneas went to Dido to tell her that he was leaving her.
After he left she set a curse on the Romans and killed herself with his sword.
Music should first and foremost be fun and enjoyable.
Quincy Jones said “ For every hour of recording, have two hours of laughter in the studio”
Its often in the periods of laughter that ideas for a fun song develop. Boom Boom is just that, a bit of fun.
If you feel an urge to dance, don't even worry about the genre, what it all means… just dance!
Never loose track of why you got into music:
to have fun and enjoy yourself is a worthwhile reason!
and nothing really ends until something new begins
and nothing can really begin until you know it's the end
and that's the mess I'm in
do we have a chance I said
of dancing some kind of romance again
cos nothing really ends I said
when we're dancing this kinda romance ... I said.
… only you know!