Slaney Bay detail the descent into depression with their new single, ‘The Fall’

It's a cut from their upcoming new EP, due in September.
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Slaney Bay have released another track from their new EP.

‘The Fall’ is the latest cut from ‘Why Does Love Mean Loss?’, which is set for release on 29th September, following on from ‘EST’ and ‘Move On’.

Frontwoman Cait Whitley says of the track: “‘The Fall’ details the spiraling descent into depression. You suddenly notice that your behaviour is falling back into destructive patterns, you’re ignoring friends and losing your passion. Society can even glamourise this fall, painting depression as part of being a tortured artist or an empath. By the end of the song, we acknowledge that the root of these feelings is a fear of losing the things you love. If you cut yourself off, then others can’t hurt you. So, ‘The Fall’ presents one form of loss, the loss of passion, in its overarching EP of ‘Why Does Love Mean Loss?’”

Check it out below.

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