Track: Decoration Day release the beautiful folk of Sadness in Disguise



Out on September 18th is Makeshift Future, the debut album from Toronto folk band Decoration Day and from it the band has released a new single, Sadness in Disguise.

 “I began writing Sadness in Disguise during a period of depression, and finished it in the midst of deep grief for a loved one dying,” explains multi-instrumentalist Tiffany Wu. “During that time, I found myself intellectually sorting through these complex emotions and measuring my progress within the stages of grief. Since then, I’ve learned that while there is a time for clarity and quantifiability, there is also a time for feelings to simply be felt all the way through. A time to inquire and unmask all the ways sadness presents itself, to trust the process and feel our way forward.”

There’s a serene beauty about the track, which is largely these sweet, innocent sounding vocals, accompanied by the gentle strum of the guitars and what sounds to be a clarinet and a lap steel that converses and engages with the vocals in such a way that it draws out the emotion, and makes it a raw and affecting listen.

It’s beautiful. Thats it. Check it out, here

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