“I wrote this song last winter on the precipice of a big transitional period in my life. I made a new friend and she told me that we as artists are required to help those that come after us, she said “we must fill the potholes in the road, so that it is a little less bumpy for the next person”, Megan Ellsworth
“It’s about the Summer of 2013, which was a scorcher and where I met the people I know here now after moving to Brighton in 2011 from London. We had the summer of our lives and it was always the bench mark to have as good times that , when all of the stars aligned, from beach fires and acoustic guitar singalongs , to full scales epic nights in the clubs.” – TME
The melodies feel both futuristic, yet at the same time they bring back the warm flavor of past summer days, but whatever may be the case, this song does feel like a perfect summer anthem.
“Boundaries” details what it’s like to feel like you have to protect yourself fiercely from everything outside of you, but the loneliness–the abject fear of it–breaks down and changes who you were. And eventually, freeing yourself becomes the only option.” – Aniqa Dear
“It is a processing of the partial separation, hostility and dishonesty of humanity and the desire to talk more and more openly with each other, to sort out problems and live more harmoniously together instead of relationships suddenly collapsing on you. Realization that most problems arise from poor or lack of communication.” Ophelia’s Eye
They Live!” was inspired by an Eighties sci-fi movie of the same title, so with the song I am paying homage to John Carpenter, the director. I’ve been a huge fan of his work since day one.” Bones in Butter