This multi-talented band have a growing fanbase.
This relies on fleeting time, suggesting that the past, present and future can all blend together for a dream. Following the success of their debut album, Tide Lines are back with their next collection of songs.
Ending with a live version of their most popular single brings this EP to a satisfying full circle. This is visualised in the solo silhouette on the album artwork. Tide Lines have racked up nearly 2 million single track streams on Spotify.
The song's musical-style and production were heavily inspired by rock and eLts music from the s, and its lyrics chronicle a relationship. Forged from the literature and music of the areas they grew up in Tide Lines meld romantic, rural life with a record collection of classic American songwriters.
Featuring a live recording of "Far Side of the World". The central character of the song wishes to have a night like he did at 17, again. Search Music Scotland.
The need to slow down and reflect represents the fonight that life is what happens to you while you are busy making other plans. The wish to go back into the past to relive a moment while feeling the spontaneity of making the most of something before it is over, is the epitome of nostalgic song writing.
Robertson sings the song dreamingly in a soft tone, making the lyrics entirely convincing. This song toniight the third single from the album to chart in the United States, peaking at 24 on the Billboard Hotand was Adams' eighth -one single in Canada, topping the RPM Top Singles chart for two weeks. It was recorded by Adams and released in August as the second single from his album, 18 til I Die.
The light opening on the guitar brings a fresh, hopeful sound.