TRACK OF THE WEEK: Dream Brother “Uppr Dwnr”

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Sunday evening post-New Year’s is statistically the most popular time to join an online dating site, and therefor likely one of the loneliest and horniest nights, but also creating that awkward time of the winter year between Christmas and Valentine’s Day the most promising time to get laid. (Side note: Statistically, I believe Monday morning post-New Year’s is the most difficult day to force yourself out of bed in the morning.) Returning to the perhaps two most inspiring human emotions, love and sadness, I warmly present Dream Brother‘s (a new project from Ian Anderson) new single “Uppr Dwnr,” as the name suggests, a speedball of sorts. The whimsical pop track debates the uncertain future of a romance with careless wonder.

“I could walk away, you could walk away…” ponders Anderson before evolving to culminate in an offer of, “I could want to stay, you could want to stay. No one would have to know.” 

Pour this song in your ears this morning and lighten up on life a little. As they say, no one makes it out alive anyways. You can download “Uppr Dwnr” here.

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