This song, along with others played during our “Oddsmaker” Tour set at the Pour House in Charleston, SC, was covered by Chucktown Underground. Read the full review.
Their other single from this summer, “Safe Haven,” has a similarly optimistic sound. It confronts the anxieties of failure and new parenthood and the feeling of being overwhelmed, but it offers a calm amidst the storm, saying, “With all these fears that you’re facing, when it feels like you’re not going to make it, I’ll be your safe haven.”
“Safe Haven” also includes the self-aware line “Such a fine line between being inspired and naive.” The song addresses the trap of coming across as overly sentimental when making music with a positive message, and then proudly and defiantly extends a positive message anyways.