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Caroline Blind Shares Dark Folk Ballad “Need to Say”

“Need to Say” is Caroline Blind’s second offering of her upcoming album The Spell Between, due out in February 2020. This new dark and atmospheric composition premiered today on CVLT Nation, and comes a month after the release of “God Damn The Sun,” an homage to the classic Swans hit. “Need to Say,” sounds delicate and ethereal; it features Rich W. of The Wake in guitar and bass, and it was produced, mixed and mastered by Gordon Young.

Is a gothic love letter to some songs that inspired Caroline throughout her career, combining covers, reworked Sunshine Blind tracks, and original new material. The  record features collaborations by Rich W. of the Wake, Dave the Dramedy, David Wolfenden of Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, Ashe Ruppe from Delphine Coma, and Gordon Young from Joy Thieves/Pretentious Moi/Children on Stun/ The Dream Disciples.The Spell Between“Need to Say” is one of the few original songs that will be included in Blind’s upcoming album.

She continues.  Time as we know it is about to end. It’s so hard to not grieve in advance, but if you can find a way to put the grieving off, you may receive the true gift, the gift of the time you ~do~ have,” Shares Blind. ““It reminded me of when I lost my father in 2015. The song tries to capture the moment of when you know you are (or may be) in your last moments together with someone very close to you. You try to be present, you try to be strong, and say all the things you never said, or that you want to say, or should say, but even if, and as, you find the words, you realize how futile, senseless and meaningless they are in the face of loss. The song is about the last few hours you have with someone you love, and it was written when one of Caroline’s friends was in the process of losing one of their parents.

Stream “Need To Say” on Spotify and Bandcamp

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