River Into Lake ‘Grande Prairie’ : Upbeat beauty, hidden in the darkest and private of public stories.

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Following LP ‘Let the Beast Out’, the gang in River into Lake follows up with this beautiful prog-rock synth amalgamation named ‘Grande Prairie’.

“Grande Prairie is a special place in the region of Bouillon,” said the band. “A small village in the south of Belgium. A place where we were going to celebrate the end of exams with friends, some of whom have disappeared. It’s a song that talks about recklessness, the strength of youth heckled by the movements of society that seems to sink straight into the wall.”

‘Grande Prairie’ the song exists on a plain to which shows the darkness in light. The dangerous in comfort. The meaningful in the hurried. A contrating juxtaposition of human endeavor and mis-treatments, layer into the sophistry and dramatic surprises, within fears.

The single delights in upbeat beauty, hidden in the darkest and private of public stories.

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