If you’re going through a painful break up, I’ve just found your anthem. This lyrical song from Brother Moses rawly talks about relationship bumps and bitter communications problems couples face, and how those problems don’t always get resolved. We’ve each been through some turbulent arguments with our significant other, and this song will have you pouring over those feelings all over again.
“Bathroom Floor,” a track off the band’s latest album, Desperation Pop. which dropped in March, opens with synth vocals singing lines from the chorus that are heard again later in the song. The four band mates start with a synth vibe that melts into a stream of stylish electric guitar, drums and other instruments.
It’s easy to nonchalantly bob your head along to the rhythm, making the song’s heavy message a little easier to digest. But if you’re anything like me, this song will leave you in a puddle on the bathroom floor regardless.