Romantic and nostalgic, a piece of the puzzle bounds into heart as the journey of hearts divine, collide in ‘The Wind’.
Said Loren: “I wrote about love, about the first feeling I had when I fell in love. I wanted to describe the mixture of feelings we experience when we find our person, the one that fills our heart and the fears of the mind.”
Taking beautiful psyche sentiments, with adoring breezes in indie folk, the Americana blend in ‘The Wind’, casts you off into the horizon, knowing nothing to guarantee the burdens that come with such responsibilities…
Of the heart. Of the mind. Of the soul.
“‘The Wind’ travels to the most beautiful places, wonders about the moment of true devotion. Does the ‘end’ truly exists? If so, when does it rest , and we become one?”
Let’s wonder, while we wander, indeed.