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Long Island quintet Them vs. Her are gearing up for the release of their forthcoming album ‘Swing Sets & Handguns,’ a ten-track concept album that delivers an honest and highly accessible story about addiction and personal demons. Featured on the project and premiering exclusively on GroundSounds is the fresh new track “Don’t Let Go.”
Vocalist Sarah Rose had this to say about the bands latest single:
“‘Don’t Let Go’ is about being stuck in nostalgia, where you long for the innocence of your past and see no hope for the future. In the story of Swing Sets and Handguns, this is where our main character can’t bear the weight of her depression or addiction any longer and starts losing her faith. I wrote this song with Tim in 2014 during a brutal relapse into my own depression. I didn’t write down the lyrics while Tim came up with the riff, like I normally do. The words-everything I was feeling, just came out on the spot almost fluidly.”
Stream “Don’t Let Go” below, ‘Swing Sets & Handguns’ drops April 30th.