I am so excited. This is, what I believe, one of RAC’s first original tracks. And before even listening to it, you can expect loveliness. It’s adorably catchy and predictably thought out, as all of his remixes and covers have been in the past. I reiterate my excitement not only because I want you guys to feel it like I do, but because this is a sign of really incredible things to come for RAC.
The orchestral build up into a beautiful vocal manipulation of sounds and variations never gets old. I love the lyrics here.
I’m here for you
Just try to stay sober
It’s eating you
And they say you are a monster
But what I see is a child
Your eyes are glowing red
And your tongue has caught on fire
We’re taken to a familiar place of friendship and loyalty. The idea of letting go of anything is a two part ordeal. We’re in a give and take relationship whenever it comes to letting go. It’s about seeing what’s in front of you and seeing it from another perspective. I love Kele’s soothing and mesmerizing vocals, how he’s not only the voice of reason but the voice of understanding. He’s the loyal friend, the one you never get upset with. And then MNDR comes in as the friend who is a little more blunt, the one who might be more direct and less understanding but definitely right in the end. She comes in with hands and body and physically shows you that you have to just let it go. She’s the harmony and the balance in this song.
Today is probably one of the more gorgeous days I’ve seen in New York this summer. Get out there and let go of something.