Although feeling a certain pressure to replicate the success half·alive experienced with 'Now, Not Yet' the band are confident that their new song, 'What's Wrong', is the one to do it. The 'Still Feel' trio from Long Beach, California have been thankful that they've been given chance to take a reflective step back in the last year and been able to take stock; the weight of expectation has seemingly been hanging heavy on their shoulders.
Lead singer Josh has said, "There's a lot of pressure with this being our first new release since Now, Not Yet. People often make up their minds pretty quickly about an artist’s sophomore release solely based off the first single, so it feels like the stakes are higher now and the song's message has to be that much clearer. 2020 was a big break for us, being home all year, we were thankful for a breath to think, reflect & process, as many had that year."
Josh went on to explain, "After searching for 'the perfect song' for so long, this one finally felt like it was it. Not because it was perfect, but because it was honest. It felt like it confronted the stack of problems that is piling up faster than the stack of solutions. Over the last year that pile was overwhelming & debilitating because the problem in front of me always feels like a drop in the ocean."
Josh's thoughts are born out in the lyrics of the band's latest song as he sings, "time is always right in past tense, avoiding is my newest obsession, started with the right intentions, but left ‘em on the shelf."
The new track has less Funk and R&B than 'Still Feel' and more raw and honest energy played out through a delicate electro enhanced soundtrack. Time spent reflecting has delivered a more considered sound to a band that still have a lot of potential.
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