British-born, Vancouver-based singer-songwriter Wesley Attew has unveiled his latest single, “End Of The Line.” This anthemic, indie-rock song expresses the frustration of how often a blind eye is turned to the issues we face as humans. It’s about pushing back against the close-mindedness of a small-town upbringing whilst trying to have compassion for how differently we all view our world.
“End Of The Line” was recorded in the summer of 2021 at Light Machine Records in Vancouver, BC. It was Produced, Mixed, and Engineered by Jeff Zipp and Mastered by Andrew Downton at Railtown Mastering.
“The melody and lyrics for “End Of The Line” arrived almost fully formed in my head. As soon as I got my hands on a guitar, the chord progression seemed to pour out. From there, it evolved into an anthemic, indie-rock song. With chorus filled electric guitar riffs, and a grand string arrangement. It expresses the frustration of how often a blind eye is turned to the issues we face as humans. It’s me wanting to push back against the close mindedness of my small town upbringing, whilst having compassion for how differently we all view our world. As it reaches the bridge and the closing lines, the song’s heavy atmosphere finds some hope. As we all search for our place in this world. Trying to understand each other is everything.”
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