Kid Brunswick documents a toxic relationship in new track, ‘Heaven Without You’

It's the second track to be taken from his upcoming EP ‘The Fall: Part 1’, due for release later this year.

Kid Brunswick has shared his new single ‘Heaven Without You’.

It follows ‘Blow’ released earlier this year and it’s the second track to be taken from his upcoming EP ‘The Fall: Part 1’, due for release later this year.

Speaking about the track, Kid Brunswick explained: “A song about heartbreak, loss, melancholic suicidal ideation. This song took 6 years to write & finish. The vocal chant was the only thing I kept from the original demo. The whole song was rewritten after I had to remove a very toxic, abusive person from my life. I used the lasting effect from that short time period with them as a subject for the lyrics in this song.”

He’s has also announced his first headline show of 2023. He will be playing Omeara in London on 22nd May. Tickets will be available from his website from Friday 21st April at 10am.

You can check out ‘Heaven Without You’ here:

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