Occasionally, adult life transports you back to specific youthful moments. My volleyball team played in our season tournament last night, and as we served, hit and cheered out each point, I found myself lost in the buzz. That same buzz I felt when I was 17, and time seemed to slow with every audacious play and every monumental point.
Depend today, I’ll away, somehow.
Believe me stay, what dismay, I’ll away somehow.
Far away from this day I’ll be born a child.
Move Slower creates that buzz, and reaches out for something that feels so unattainable. The chillwave beat crossed with a Pixies-like riff lays the framework for the ethereal vocals floating in. Flash Forest, the architect of the beat, hails from Melbourne, where he weaves hiphop rhythms with electronica synths. His collaboration with Mammals creates an entirely new sound for the Sydney-based folk singer. Take some time to set sail on the ambient ocean.