When you're in the midst of a particularly tumultuous season it can feel like the sun or goodness will ever appear or find its way to you again. But on the newest single from Littlefoot titled, "Feel Better", the band is here to remind listeners that there's a glimmering good side to the dark clouds. Singer Erica Sutherland gently takes your hand and guides you through the twirling three minutes, assuring you that "you'll feel better." The track holds a slow moving mystery, beginning with instrumentals seemingly plucked from an earlier era of surf rock, but the mood transforms becoming a mysterious, beautiful flower that blossoms with changing sounds and ideals. Though coated in reverb, Sutherland's airy soprano and the accompanying warm instrumentals make for crystal clear listening, as if you're staring up into a darkened sky, awaiting the arrival of the sun. You can read Sutherland's thoughts on the track below and preorder your copy of Lavender out 11/17.
“Feel Better" is about how hard it is to see outside of your feelings when you’re feeling really sad or depressed or hopeless. It’s easy to feel consumed by emotions like that and this song was written as a reminder that those feelings won’t last forever, that you’ll come out the other side."