Water From Your Eyes have dropped a new track, ‘True Life’

It's inspired by a run-in with legendary musician Neil Young.

Water From Your Eyes have released their new single ‘True Life’, inspired by a run-in with legendary musician Neil Young.

Describing the track as a ‘quasi-nu metal stomp’, the band explain the song was originally intended to contain lyrics from Neil Young’s ‘Cinnamon Girl’, before his lawyers stepped in.

Frontman Ryan Camenzuli said: “The bridge was initially meant to contain lyrics from ‘Cinnamon Girl’, but Neil Young’s lawyers wouldn’t let us use them. Now they are about how Neil Young wouldn’t let us use his words. The rest of the song deals with life and assorted complications of the material world.”

Water From Your Eyes are currently in the middle of their North American tour with Snail Mail, before they head to the UK to support Interpol on their tour in May and June. The band will also be performing at a number of festivals this summer, including Way Out West in Sweden and Lowlands in the Netherlands.

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