The folk-pop ensemble Only on Tuesdays just released their double single, “Fall” and “Darling Dearest”, as a glimpse to their EP debuting next month. The tracks capture innocent vocals following through with flowering symbolism both in its musical and lyrical content. “Fall” and “Darling Dearest” mark the the first releases off their upcoming EP, Break Free; which will be released this coming May. Both tracks are now available on iTunes.
With an ethereal guitar opening, “Fall” sets the tone to a tender acoustic love song composed of meticulous imagery. Lyrically, the track metaphorically compares a deep love to the elements of nature. Front–woman Autumn Skibinski serenades, “…And when I die let me be a tree, take my ashes and bury me, water me so I may grow tall, so I can watch you, so you won’t fall,”
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