We all know things might get worse before getting better. Pain is temporary, but the healing process is not a walk through a park with unicorns and rainbows. Australian pop duo President Street gives their take on healing with a new single, 'Heal,' in preparation for their upcoming mini-album, due to be released later this year.
Produced by John Reynolds, who has worked with the likes of Sinead O'Connor, Damien Rice, and Damien Dempsey, 'Heal' delivers a new refreshing outlook on the signature President Street sound. It also acts as the follow-up for their previous project, 'Heartbreak Player.'
Standout lyrics "find the light from the darkness," President Street explains what 'Heal' represents: "It's about accepting that for whatever reason; our souls chose the families and relationships we have in order to learn and move forward in our evolution and consciousness. Pain is unpleasant. So as humans, we tend to want to avoid it. But the source of our pain can at times hold our greatest gifts if we have the courage to face it and lay ourselves bare to healing deeply and thoroughly from it."
With the release of 'Heal,' President Street embarks on a new era with their upcoming record due to be released in Autumn this year. This forthcoming mini-album will encapsulate a collection of tracks, all surrounded by the themes of healing, with a little creative twist. Each song will be recorded in a different colour/frequency, creating a cohesive panorama based on health and well-being.
'Heal' is out now.