The Pairs Releases New Song “Easier to Leave”
Canadian folk pop band The Pairs, consisting of Hillary Watson (vocals/guitar), Noelle Coughlin (vocals), Renée Coughlin (vocals) and Steve Plimmer (drums), released the second single called “Easier to Leave” from their upcoming sophomore album “When Will We Find Our Way?” on March 31, 2023.
The track was written by Hillary Watson, Noelle Coughlin, Renée Coughlin and Steve Plimmer. Produced by Matt Grady.
The song was inspired by all the challenges that are inevitably faced within long term relationships.
The band said, “Long term relationships can be challenging to navigate with all of our own insecurities, self-protection, fears, and trauma making their way in. This new single talks about feeling like it might feel easier to leave sometimes.”
The new album is expected to be released in 2023. It is their first album in four years the since 2019 debut album “Noise”.
The accompanying live music video was recorded and filmed at EMAC Recording Studios in Deshkan Ziibi.
The band said, “We are incredibly grateful for the financial support from the London Arts Council Community Arts Investment Program (CAIP). Because of the support, we were able to spend some time working with the amazing crew at Half and Half agency to make this live video at EMAC Recording Studios! Thank you to all the people who helped in the making if this video! We are Si thrilled to get to work with such amazing people. We hope you enjoy the live recording!”
- source : Apple Music