Fiddlehead have dropped another track from their upcoming album 'Between The Richness', and it's another example of immaculate and intoxicating alt-rock songwriting.
The song is called 'Heart To Heart' and swells with luscious guitars, intricate drums fills and a tidal wave of a chorus before a battering ram of a bridge hits you square in the face.
It's also a song that for vocalist Pat Flynn has a special meaning, which he explains below:
"The lyrics to this song serve as both a letter to my children on how to communicate with me after I eventually move on into whatever comes after death, and an imagined conversation with my own father who is now 11 years gone. Essentially, it’s a song about finding ways to reconnect with those we love, despite the hard barriers between life and death. The music has this feel of infinity to it. I remember hearing the ending for the first time and having the emotional impulse to tear through the channels of time and speak with the people who have gone into the unknown. That felt appropriate for the type of message I was trying to write."
Have a listen below and think of your loved ones:
'Between The Richness' is set for release on May 21 via Run For Cover.
You can check out the previously released 'Million Times' right here: