Track: Bigfatbig – Brink Of My Sanity

Ryan Young

Slacker-pop newcomers bigfatbig have announced their forthcoming arrival of debut EP ‘Rockin’ and Rollin’ and Whatnot’, due the 4th November via Daemon T.V. Along with the news the band have shared thier brand new single ‘Brink Of My Sanity’.

Detailing their newest release, vocalist Robyn Walker explained:

“I wrote ‘Brink Of My Sanity’ after a very overwhelming few weeks when I felt like every little obstacle was the end of the world. For me, it’s a song about going back to basics: remembering to breathe, thinking of the bigger picture, and how in years to come none of these small issues will matter despite how they feel right now. When I inevitably find that lost perspective, losing my head always feels utterly ridiculous, but Brink of My Sanity is a song that recognises how important it is to work through those feelings. When it feels like the universe is against you – even for a minute – regaining that clarity is a very sobering and reassuring feeling. It’s my reminder to myself that nothing is ever as bad as it feels, and I’m never alone in feeling that way. One foot in front of the next, one day at a time, take a deep breath and go again”.

A gentler track with rolling melodies that are beefed up with guitar stabs as Walker gives a great melodic performance. The synth led theme trips over itself as the track stumbles along under Walkers soaring vocals. A great loose feeling track and one of the bands best.

Check it out, here

Find out more via the band’s Facebook

Live Dates
8th Oct – Twisterella Festival, Middlesbrough
18th Nov – Metronome, Nottingham*
19th Nov – EartH (Main Hall), London*
20th Nov – Rebellion, Manchester*
26th Nov – Exchange, Bristol (matinee show)*
26th Nov – Exchange, Bristol*
27th Nov – Brudenell, Leeds*
1st Dec – Pop Records, Sunderland*
2nd Dec – Pop Recs, Sunderland*
3rd Dec – Mono, Glasgow*

*supporting Martha

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