With their eagerly-awaited new album now less than a month away, Low Island have dropped the next cut to be lifted from their forthcoming full-length.
The new single 'Forever Is Too Long' comes accompanied by a stunning new video, and follows on from the previously shared tracks 'Kid Gloves' and 'Can't Forget' in previewing their sophomore LP 'Life In Miniature', which is out on the 4th November via their own Emotional Interference label.
Speaking about the new offering, vocalist Carlos Posada said, "Forever Is Too Long is dedicated to my late grandfather, Robin - it’s a song about how we grieve, and is built out of both memories we shared together, but also things he said to me throughout my life. A poem he wrote for me once ended: ‘and always know, I’ll see you through, life’s ups and downs, my love is true.’
"I wanted to immortalise those words in song, so I made them part of the chorus. For me, it’s a way of saying that whilst people move on, their words, their stories, their ideas stay with us. In my own grieving, I found comfort in that."
Check out the new video for 'Forever Is Too Long' in the player below.