Absolutely must give a shoutout for a track I’ve been loving the crap out of recently -
(also here if you can’t see the YouTube link above)
This is of course not an unknown piece of work, though it probably is yet to be as famous as Above & Beyond’s most lauded works. However, I think it’s truly one of their best, at least from a songwriting perspective.
Not sure how much of the lyrics are Zoe and how much are the Anjuna boys, but holy hell, they’re on fire.
Simple yet extremely moving, a very real slice of life from a very real situation.
Pair this with a great progression, and we’ve got a winner.
If you haven’t seen the lyrics, you can find them here.
What do you think of this track?