Smash Duo Group, Tennis, Have Unleashed A Yummy Sunny Reality Check On Forgiveness!

Since we first featured the smashing spirited duo group Tennis, back in 2017. The song "No Exit" was the title. And it was a stellar daydream-sicle wonderland.

Now the married twosome hailing for thee American blue skies of Denver, Colorado have yet another magical electric number "How To Forgive". Bonnie and Clyde bandmates aka Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley who happen to be wedded to one another.

Off their latest album, entitled Swimmer, brought to us buy Mutually Detrimental label. "How to Forgive." is truly a glistening ear worm of a fine song that'll have you swaying in delight from left to right.

Previously we posted Swimmer single "Need Your Love," via a video for it. It was one of our Songs of the Week. Alaina Moore had thee following to share about thee "How to Forgive" project in a statement:

"'How to Forgive' was written immediately after finishing 'Need Your Love.' I wanted a palette cleanser to get out of the headspace that song occupied, so I titled a blank page 'How to Forgive' and got to work. My plan was to channel early Madonna. We tried varispeeding the mix to simulate the girlish timbre I was going for, but ended up re-tracking the song in the highest key I could sing it in.

The result is the most difficult song I've written for myself. Comping it was a nightmare and I really agonized over my performance. I wanted it to sound effortless, but it wasn't. I started crying between takes of the line 'I've been questioning myself,' convinced I wasn't getting it right.

 We had a good laugh about that later. Patrick re-comped my vocals while I stomped off to sulk. He used my first two takes, when I was still vulnerable, before I had gotten lost in my head. When he played back his edit, I loved it. It wasn't the polished performance I'd wanted, but I loved it even more because of it."

Dig out thee saucy-stellar tune "How To Forgive" featured right below!

๐Ÿ‘‡ Scroll Down to Leave a Facebook or Disqus Comment!
    Disqus Comment
    Facebook Comment

0 Leave a comment:

Post a Comment

Site Archive