Small Words, an Indianapolis-based four-piece pop-rock band, have arrived with ‘Danger,‘ a new chart-worthy feel-good hit. The easy-listening contemporary track, which delves into the bittersweet essence of love, with indie-style vocals, euphoric guitar riffs, and pulsating rhythms.
Small Words reveal the following about the new song:
“Danger is about catching feelings for someone when you know you’re not in a good mental place for a relationship. Having this fear of letting them down, or yourself, but still having this rose-colored memory of relationships. Like a car crash, that could’ve ended your life but didn’t. There’s this intimate, and brutal destruction that you crave.”
Small Words combines dreamy guitars with pulsating percussions to continually emphasise that we need to seek and use art today more than ever before, always reminding us that we are never alone in our battles. Small Words is gearing up to release their first full-length album later this year, and we couldn’t be more excited. In the meanwhile, check out ‘Danger,’ which is out now, for a sense of what’s to come.