Continuing their string of incredible releases this year, The Driver Era are back today with their newest single; Fade. Written and produced by brothers Ross and Rocky Lynch; the track highlights the pairs knack for blending unforgettable melodies with intricate lyrics that make this single a perfect edition to the band’s discography.
With a smooth and mellow instrumental, paired underneath powerful vocals, the track is all about seizing the moment and making each minute count, despite the inevitability of fading away. And with astute lyricism, the track leans into the this with the subtle nod to Peter Pan through the lyrics “You make it alright/ A lost boy for life/ In Neverland with me”. Dating back to 2017, with the band having teased the track over the years; Ross talks about how “This song is actually a few years old, but it just took some time for people to believe in it enough to put it out. I’m really happy the song is finally coming out”.
In addition to the single, the band also dropped some brand new visuals to go along with the release. A nostalgic montage, with a relaxed and home-spun quarantine vibe; the music video for Fade works as a compilation of memories and videos from the band, and perfectly captures the essence of making each second count and highlighting the best moments.
A perfect follow on from their previous single Places, make sure to check out the rest of the bands discography here, and head over to our previous post on Places, here. And for more on the band, and to stay up to date with all their new music releases; find them on all their socials @thedriverera
Photo cred @ MK Sadler