Dwellings released their new single “Pick Up Before You Go”, which tells the story of heartbreak and how one comes to terms with their own self-identity, via Tragic Hero Records. They also announced that their debut album ‘Lavender Town’ is available for pre-order on vinyl for the first time ever.
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Relationships are often complicated and can leave us feeling confused and doubting ourselves, instead of being a light of love and acceptance. We put faith in those we deem worthy of our trust, and if it becomes broken, it’s hard to pick up the pieces of the world crumbling around us. Oftentimes, when we are mourning a past love, we wish we didn’t have to bear the memories replaying in our head constantly, leaving us to question why things failed in the first place. We can give everything we have to someone and, for no rhyme or reason, they are unable to love us in the way we deserve. This can leave us questioning our own self-worth and send us into a downward spiral, forcing us to rebuild our own identity. In “Pick Up Before You Go”, vocalist Isaac Wilson discusses his own internal struggle with self-acceptance.
Dwellings exploded onto the scene in Northern California last year with their debut album ‘Lavender Town’, which was released via Tragic Hero Records. Following its release, the album charted at #4 on the Billboard New Artist charts. While touring in support of the album, the band amassed a strong following. Isaac Wilson (vocals) and Anthony Pacheco (bass) met through pretty ordinary circumstances and have been bending the foundations of progressive rock music ever since. With the addition of Erik Tilja (guitar) and Thomas Reilly (drums), the band returned to the studio to work on new material.
If there’s one message Dwellings wants to spread, it’s that no obstacle is worth sacrificing your happiness and the best way to overcome something is by moving forward and having a bit of fun while you’re at it. The new single “Pick Up Before You Go” is a product of a time of reflection and growth among the band.