Bare Roots are back with a touching new release ‘Always’. The Newcastle based band have had a packed festival season and recently signed a publishing deal…
With a sound that combines 80s soundscapes with 90s soulful rock and roll, Bare Roots are constantly bringing something new to the table. ‘Always’ is a number that exhibits the band’s signature sound but it is cast in a softer light than previous releases ‘Ride The Wave’ and ‘Away Too Long‘.
Lyrically, ‘Always’ is a touching ode to frontman Ant Francis’ mother. Of the song Francis explains “The track discusses the struggles of growing up in a single-parent household.
“The track was first written a few years ago while was still living at my Mum’s house and on reflection, the track uncovers me realising she isn’t superhuman. She has dealt with an extreme amount over the years and this song recognises that.”
Catch Bare Roots live soon at Surf Cafe, Tynemouth on August 29th, Press Club.