WAR WAVES Return With Moody Love Song ‘SLEEP’…

Daily fuel to load your sonic batteries…

10 July 2018

British self-proclaimed anxiety rockers are back with brand new single SLEEP. A moody, mixed emotions reflection that sticks instantly. The heavy-hearted, yet harmonious tone and melancholic resonance of the song reminds me of some of Billy Bragg‘s melancholic daydreams. Both pensive and magnetic. Capture the feverish sentiment right here…

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Are you dressing for survival, or can you even change?
The clothes I buy don’t fit the same
I’m coming up to thirty and what remains are expanding waists and longer days
I want to bring this up slowly, I think we fit
Your disjointed head and my cushioned hip
I match scars with ambition and all that sticks is a lack of depth and a perfect hit
I’m pretty fucking sure that I can’t save you
I could make you sing, I could make you breathe, I could make you eat
We could have re-built everything again, but you just wouldn’t go to sleep
You know I wish they ran deeper, I wish they’d stay
A better way to medicate
I want the cuts to take over and pull me in
Heal me under a newer skin
I’ve heard it doesn’t hurt as much as you’d think it would

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