BIRDS IN ROW release “Water Wings” single, sign with Red Creek.

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Wednesday, June 1, 2022 at 6:26 AM (PST)

Morning, all. Reeling from an utterly MASSIVE and awesome 3rd Episode of Obi Wan and kicking off Pride 2022 with some self care and coffee in the early AM and I was thrilled to also see a new Birds In Row song is finally out! “Water Wings” is a rollicking and moving blend of songwriting and exorcism from the French pot-stirrers, sure to be a fan favorite as it is processed.

The intro sort of reminds me of Jay Z’s “Hard Knock Life” haha before some regular stomping rock drops like a ton of bricks. Welcome back, fellas!

Hey all,
We thought this day would never come but finally … here is the time for us to turn a page and move to another one.
We started thinking about new music as soon as we released “We Already Lost The World”. The run we had with this last album was overwhelming. Shows were flowing, discussions with you all were deep and interesting. But still we wanted to create something else. After a long run on the road, we finished our european tour with Alcest and Kaelan Mikla, with a new threat being the pandemic. A week or two afterward, lockdown happened. And it felt good, cause we needed some rest and some time to focus on the next thing to happen. Time passed, lockdowns after lockdowns, social tensions after social tensions, and we were here trying to create music, without knowing if it made any sense anymore.
We started writing about depression, mental health, and their direct link to politics and social interactions, without knowing how much it would mean to us today.
Here is “Water Wings”. A new song, the first in 4 years :
Working on new music took way more from us than we expected. It’s been a violent process in the waiting, the preparation, the overthinking. It brought us to start turning the page by bringing some change in the way we were doing things. And after several discussions, we are stoked and excited to announce our signing with Red Creek recordings ( @redcrk ), the label created by Johannes Persson from Cult of Luna and Alexis Sevenier from ORA management.
It meant separating Birds in Row from Deathwish, who we have been working with for a decade. And what a decade. We owe them more than we could imagine, and are grateful they let us move on to the path we’ve chosen.
To brighter days
Much love
#birdsinrow #redcreekrecordings

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