Stream Yourself A New Song From The Color Morale

Less than a month out from the release of their new album Desolate Divine, Fearless Records outfit The Color Morale are streaming a brand new single titled “Clip Paper Wings.” 

“‘Clip Paper Wings’ was written around the imagery of a relative sky that separates two people,” explains frontman Garret Rapp. “The 'constant north’ refers to someone I was involved with on and off for years whom I never really learned to let go of. To move on is to grow, so I guess I found this song necessary as a departure from that person.” 

Rapp continued to add, “This song also applies to the idea of someone separated from one’s own identity. I started using the imagery of a plastic bag and dog eared page because I started writing this song with the first line and never went back to it. I’m happy I did. When I listen to this I feel a sense of togetherness, even through a separation or a lack of stability in myself.”

To hear the new track which follows up their anti-cellphone anthem “Walls,” be sure to look below. Afterwards, pre-orders for Desolate Divine can be found here.

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