Daisy Brain has dropped a brand new single, ‘Down’.
Speaking about the track, he explains: “‘Down’ is a song about loneliness, depression and anxiety. But the kind that is innate and subtle where it penetrates your daily life like a low drone, slowing you down and draining you. I wanted to capture that in a way that felt relatable and honest without being preachy. We’re all in this shit together, and it’s as much about the little things as the big things. Whether it’s creeping anxiety about not being funny enough at parties or worrying that you’re becoming more and more like your dad. I’ve been depressed for years, but I’ve learned that I’m still allowed to have fun. Self-deprecation is funny, life doesn’t have to be serious all the time and I wrote this song as a big eye roll at depression – we’re all in it together, even if you feel like shit.”
It follows up on recent singles ‘What Would You Do?’ and ‘Digital Atlas’, both of which arrived last month.
Daisy Brain is set to hit the road this May. The dates read:
10 Dublin – Workmans Cellar
14 Bournemouth – Anvil
16 Bristol – Exchange
17 Birmingham – Hare and Hounds
18 Leeds – Brudenell Social Club
20 Glasgow – SWG3 Poetry Club
22 Sheffield – Yellow Arch
23 Plymouth – Junction
24 Portsmouth – Edge Of The Wedge
25 London – Colours
27 Manchester – Deaf Institute