By Kavit Sumud | January 29th, 2013
A flurry of love, and a chink in the armor is revealed. Suddenly the cascade of romance feels like thousands of snowflakes making landfall on the forgotten tundra inside your heart. Or say you’re basking in the rays of light on the summer beach hand in hand, and you didn’t notice that love’s tidal wave had taken you into depths of the ocean — it’s fucking cold down there. You said, “I Wanna Go“ to love, and now you’re there. What do you do? Run for your life.
“So, you’re acting on your own, I know its time to run. Soon you’ll see me on my own, I’ll better on my own. Hit me up again.”
Meaning: I’ll hit you back, lover, once I no longer scare myself. One of the reasons I don’t believe in unerring, eternal love is that if intimacy makes you grow, it should also make you flee to regroup at times.
Oh, this was just released three days ago? Trust me in my soothsaying that this delightful peace of chillwave will snowball in popularity as one of the soundtracks of the coming spring. Check out more Summer Heart on his SoundCloud.