“Food For Your Garden” is a band favourite song that features on their high anticipated EP “We Might Be Alright.” The track talks about change and bargaining with acceptance. This feeling is described with insanely catchy guitar riffs, and lyrics that you wish you knew all the words to from the get-go. Be prepared for the song to get stuck in your head for the next two weeks.
When talking about the meaning behind the track, frontman of Waxflower Tristan says;
“I think this is the song I spent the most time working on. I was a man obsessed. Sneaking out of bed in the middle of the night to record voice memos in my girlfriend’s bathroom. It’s a song about confusion, fighting against yourself and others. We’re all imperfect, hopefully people can find something to relate to.”
The forthcoming EP sees five tracks that explores topics such as hopefulness, finding strength within yourself and unity. “Food For Your Garden” follows the previous singles “Again” and “Not Alone.”
The lyrics within the songs gives us a glimpse into Tristan Higginson’s struggles with crippling anxiety and panic disorder that he has had to overcome. When discussing the EP, he continues;
“This is our first cohesive release. I think it’s a perfect representation of what we’ve learned over the last year or two as well as the experiences I’ve had along the way. Hopefully people can resonate with its optimism, the world surely needs some right now.”
“We Might Be Alright” is due to be released on the 16th of April via Rude Records. Be sure to pre-order the EP here so you don’t forget. The full tracklisting can be found below. So you don’t miss out on any future updates, be sure to follow Waxflower on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!
We Might Be Alright EP tracklisting:
2. Not Alone
3. Food For Your Garden
4. Fake Frown
5. We Might Be Alright
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