The resonance here is from the clean electric guitar and stark vocal: the lonely pride in that solitary silhouette spills into our own hearts. What we have is a bit of self-reflection, about life and meaning, in that universal language of open-world imagery; the mortality, the vastness, the humility of the natural wild.
With a band sound not unlike Fleetwood Mac - a hook-heavy folk-rock - and that bold and dry lead vocal, we are led to the lyrical water, so that we may drink.
Shuttlecock, the latest single from Timber, is a reality check for us all: go get it. Life is short.
Timber is the Nashville-based duo of Janet Simpson and Will Stewart. This song is featured on our CHILL NEW Songwriters playlist.