Shake Your Bones

7 Apr

Trails and Ways (David Wallace)California is in the middle of a historic drought, with new water restrictions making national headlines. I bring this up because I live in California currently, and I am very nervous about how little water we really do have left. Water and energy conservation has never become quite so dire, and beautiful people like Trails and Ways want to help save our planet. They are proud supporters of Our Power Campaign, a noble organization that aims to fight the climate crisis while providing good jobs in vulnerable communities; learn more here.

Feeling like a sonic lollipop, “Skeletons” will instantly brighten your day. The song reminds me immensely of Cub Sport, particularly “Pool!” with those unmistakable falsetto hooks. Bourne of a dream, “Skeletons” describes the experience of dancing in a club only to have time fast forward to hundreds of years from now, showing a glimpse of the ruinous state the planet will be in due to the crises we currently face. Trails and Ways make impending doom fun, but ‘fun’ in the sense that feeling proud of yourself for helping to save the planet that we are still hoping to use for the next eternity is fun. Donate today.

“Skeletons” will appear on Trails and Ways’ upcoming album, Pathologies, due out 6/2 via Barsuk Records. You can pre-order it here. For more information on Trails and Ways, visit their website and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

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