From his latest album Shelf Life comes Slow Leave’s new single “Autumn Rain.”
Slow Leaves — aka Winnipeg singer-songwriter Grant Davidson — is known for his exploration of self in his lyrics, and his latest single is no different. Davidson says Autumn Rain is about “not sweating the small stuff” — though he says it’s easier said than done.
The video was shot on a vintage analog camera, an homage to television performances of that era. Its visuals are soft, leaning into the album’s themes of romantic memory and vulnerability. Davidson describes Shelf Life as a “collection of songs that wades between tides of past and present, success and failure, things lost and things found. The result is a collection of musical vignettes, woven together by the loose threads of a tangled life.”
Watch the video for Autumn Rain below and check out his latest album Shelf Life on Spotify.
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Rebecca here- a Niagara native now living and breathing music in Toronto. As a Ryerson journalism graduate and a self-proclaimed music junkie, I’ve been fortunate enough to write for brands like Andpop and Really Records, and now Canadian Beats. My tastes in music are all over the map- Stevie Wonder to Fall Out Boy; Miranda Lambert to One Direction – which is why I spend almost as much money on concerts as I do on rent. But I have no regrets. If you like my ramblings you can also find me on Twitter (RMattina5) & Instagram (rmattina93).
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