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Diamond Shake ‘Birdsong’ : Beseeched by how life has revealed itself through the years of existence.

Diamond Shake

Beseeched by how life has revealed itself through the years of existence, it was apparent that it wasn’t going to be the easiest thing to tackle. A conceptual defiance, bubbled within and when that volcano of vibes expanded like rainbows over the mountains. The apparent direction of it all, seemed right.

Right for the justice to come. Right for all of the wants and desires, prayed in secret.

“The song is about my relationship with women, and how due to the huge amount of insecurity and low self-esteem I had growing up, I would constantly bounce around from one woman to another, either purposely ending it early or indirectly sabotaging it,” DS bandleader Matthew Hitchens says. “Looking back, I was completely unable to open up about my mental health issues to anyone due to the intense amount of shame I felt about it all, and so I would push people away whenever they would get close.”

“Who are you?” he asked softly. She batted her eyes and with a small bemused smirk, she replied: “I’m whomever you want me to be. Now. And forever.”

Seventy’s sensibilities drench ‘Birdsong’ a bittersweet death for a culmination of feelings that we all can relate in that ‘defiance’.

Questions. Answers. Never.

Wondrous.

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