If music isn’t personal, if it doesn’t allow your mind to drift to imagery brimmed recollections and drenched thoughts – you haven’t dug deep enough.
Toronto, Canada-based group RVNNERS dig deep in their new single “Through the Wall,” the first single off their forthcoming EP. The Crispin Day produced single hearkens like a penned and aural view of the struggles of addiction, failure, and redemption. Don’t let the lighthearted production and instant head-bob tendencies distract you from this records depth. It’s the perfect synthesis of a classic, catchy rock, bluesy, pop anthem with the lyrical intensity of a country tune. We all face demons some self-induced others inevitable but we must face them nonetheless.
Andrew Cameron – ¼ of RVNNERS reflects,“Through The Wall” was written after years of getting sober, medication, and work. I had this image of a ghost pacing back and forth behind a wall that no one could see, trying to get out. “Through The Wall” is being released at a time where I feel almost normal. After nearly 15 years of addiction, hitting rock bottom, to entering recovery, it finally feels over. I want to dedicate this song to anyone struggling in life – whether it be with chronic pain, BPD, depression, self harm, anxiety, surviving abuse, trying to make a life out of less than nothing.”
Their forthcoming EP is in the works thus in the meantime indulge in their latest release below.