The Summer Set Reveal Origins of "Don't Let Me Go"
Tue, 19 Jul 2011 09:44:07
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Want to know the true story behind "Don't Let Me Go," the last song on The Summer Set’s Everything’s Fine, which lands in stores today? Well, ARTISTdirect.com is pleased to premiere this video clip of The Summer Set revealing the song's origins. It's a sweet, emotional, piano-driven song with a very hearty, heady meaning.
First of all, it's the last song on the album, but it's one of the most important pieces of the progression of the album and its story. Sometimes the last song on album can feel like feeler; other times it closes the album in a way that makes you feel satisfied. The latter is true in this case. The song was born of the fact that The Summer Set constantly tours and that time off the road is used constructively, on things like mending and revisiting the relationships that are put on hold while The Summer Set tours. It's about holding onto the hope that people at home did not and will not move on entirely. But it's also about the fact that relationships end and people move on. What an emotional roller coaster, right? The song's sonic surely fit that idea and mood and this insight into the song will make fans connect with the tune on a much deeper level.
Watch the video and let us know what you think.
Are you going to check out Everything’s Fine by The Summer Set? Did you like the explanation of the song contained within this video clip?