London band Margot continue their incredible run of singles with ‘Falling In Between Days’, the follow up to ‘Walk With Me’ released in July. Both tracks are set to appear on the forthcoming 7” single due for release on 19 February 2021.
We’ll leave it to vocalist Alex Hannaway to explain the story of the song:
It’s about a mate. It’s certainly a tragedy.
He’s had a hardship of sorts.
He’s got a life to look forward, for sure, and so do all of us, but things external, out of his control, took over. He had started to rebuild, to see beyond the internal damp colours, he had a life back. And after losing the comfort of the person he loved, and after coming to terms with all of the pain and the rubble, all the regret, he had a pandemic. Lost job, no soulmate and back living with his family at 27.
He dreamed of an ideal life; he dreamt that he could change his circumstances, he fought against a raging brute that cared little for his dreams, for his determination. He just had to sit and wait, sit and wait, and be still with his ambitions.
It’s about fear, loss, uncertainty, pain, hope and then the recoiling turgid desire for familiarity.
Walk With Me / Falling In Between Days is out on 7” 19 February 2021 (pre-order is live now) whilst both tracks are streaming now.