The song “DW” [Death Wish] is featured on Errows’ debut EP “Right Before It Gets Better”, which was released on September 24, 2021.
RENO, NEVADA, USA, December 18, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The song “DW” [Death Wish] is featured on Errows’ debut EP “Right Before It Gets Better”, which was released on September 24, 2021.
Even though the title sounds a bit harsh, the song is truly a celebration of life. It’s a song about the beauty of her life and her gratitude for experiencing all that she has, and then what to do with her body when she dies. She came up with this idea while thinking about writing a will. As we know, anything can happen at any time, and she wanted to express her wishes in case she did not get to a lawyer in time.
This thrilling retro vibe has an early ’80s pop-soul vibe and Errow really shows his versatility as an artist, not afraid to experiment and use a variety of genres to create something. something that does not follow the mainstream of today’s modern music industry. Sure, her music is entertaining, but the deeper meaning this spiritual singer-songwriter wants to bring is that she wants her to heal for her listeners as well.
You will see a lot of philosophical and spiritual elements reflected in all the lyrics she writes. Errow likes to write with metaphors, so often what she sings can sound like one thing, but mean another.
This particular song and the other songs featured on the EP have many facets, each song being a new journey, to represent some moments in this Chi-Town girl’s life.
“You know those times in life when you are in the midst of challenges and uncertainties, and you don’t know if or when you will see the light, but you carry on with love, faith, acceptance, and then suddenly you are in a better place? This is the subject of this EP. -Error ➾
Part of DW’s lyrics:
I remember the days when I was beautiful
I remember the days when I used to run free
It’s been a glorious fire
And unforgettable, what a story
I wanna tell you how to get rid of me
Bury it, bury it
Only my body
And when the lights go out I
I don’t know where I’m going to land
Even if it comes tomorrow
Listen to my plan …
Music and lyrics by Errow, Kosta Lois
Produced by Kosta Lois
Recorded at Onesta Music Group, Los Angeles, USA.
Photography Ken Pivak
Illustration and video by ➾ Jocke Larsson
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DW “Death wish”