By: Tina Joy
September 19, 2020
J. Coursey Willis teams up with Rami Jefferson from the Foo Fighters with this whiskey induced song, titled “Walk On”. It’s got Grunge. It’s got Blues Rock. It’s got Alternative Rock. It’s got Acoustic Rock.
And it’s got US totally obsessed and swaying with the kind of independence only pain and guilt can bring. “Walk On” isn’t going to let us go until it forces us to face our mistakes, and we definitely don’t have a strong enough drink for this trip.
It’s heart breaking and honest, the story of hopelessness, even in the face of an angel. We know loneliness wasn’t the destination, but “Walk On” bites you with bitterness. Highlighting the broken dreams caused by stubbornness, we feel the pain of not rising to the courage of love when it beckons.
It’s far easier to say goodbye, than to fail trying, but the consequences remain. Stream the track below, and be sure to tell us what you think on social media at: @gasmaskmagazine. Feel free to connect with our writer as well: @iamtinajoy!
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