It has been a few months since we’ve heard from the many pansophic talents that Rowan Brind owns. Begining in May 2017 when he presented the EP Slow Burners Volume I to the publics attuned ears. After the official EP release, Rowan instantly started working on a laborious project, and every week it was required to release a new track each Sunday. Today, Brind is back with the track “10,000 Mile Stare” co-written by himself and friend/bandmate Don Laine. Wooter talks about his new track below.
“Don and I wrote this amidst a couple jobless weeks in February. The song is about this crazy world we’re living in and how too many people are living in an “ignorance is bliss” mindset.”
Instantly “10,000 Mile Stare” lures us in with the sound of an optimistic drum track added with a familiar and warming atmosphere of guitars with a soft and soothing synthesizer behind it. Brind’s memorable vocals cue, sending us deeper into their musical void. “10,000 Mile Stare” is structurally brilliant, Don and Rowan create these strong and mystical vocal harmonies in the track that will simply astound you. Keep track of Wooter here.