“I wish I could leave.” Was there anything that kept us together?
Muco returns with a charming and dainty look into the fragility of our minds, hearts, and our selective confusion. But normalcy is where we live. For the chaos of our relationships and actions of loving, is exactly the normality that we crave at the edges.
Purity and conceptions, deflective and remaining, profoundly releases with a kaleidoscope of contrasts and maybe, conflict.
“I wanted to write a song about two people who love each other despite troubling dissimilarities and capture the feeling of confusion about whether or not this is truly what they want.”
Muco’s interpretation of want vs won’t, delegates with subtle efficacies, we all seem to try not to admit.
A reliant facet of our lives, for better or for worse, we collapse at the end of the day, re-thinking and maybe repeating the same broken record of our, again, fragile and lonely hearts.