Independent emo band Floorbird debuted the video for its latest single over the weekend.
The band debuted the video for its single ‘Navy Blue‘ Sunday. The video’s debut comes less than a month after the band debuted the single by itself. The video presents the band’s members — Eric Reavey, Drew Grahn, Kevin Folk, and Tom Brucker — performing the song, which is the second single from the band’s new EP Fall Apart Anywhere in a variety of settings indoors and out. The EP is available now.
The debut of ‘Navy Blue’ and its companion video comes less than two months after the band debuted the EP’s lead single, ‘I’m Not Nervous.’
The musical arrangement featured in ‘Navy Blue’ is a gentle, flowing, guitar-driven composition that will appeal to fans of fellow emo acts, such as Dashboard Confessional, The Dangerous Summer, and Grayscale. The song’s lyrical content meanwhile deals with a personal matter that is at the heart of so many relationships.
Reavey talked about the song’s lyrical theme in a recent interview.
“Navy Blue is one of the more upbeat songs on the record. It’s all about communication issues – how (for me, at least) they tend to be the most intense when we feel hurt or unheard, which are vexingly the times when healthy communication is most important – and the damage that can cause across your life,” he said.
‘Navy Blue’ and ‘I’m Not Nervous’ are available to stream and download here.
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