“WOLVES” is worth a shoutout, not just for broaching the difficult topic of Codependency, but also in how it manages to do it through a personal lens. “I wrote this song only to reveal itself as a requiem for a dream,” RedFeather carefully offers at one point as hazy synth chords blear in and out of view, like a fuzzy childhood memory coming to the front of your mind. The rise of the chorus is sweet and wistful (even though it’s tinged with darkness), but Juno sounds she’s retreating away from bleeding an intense emotional peak out of the song.
With the lucidity and calm of still waters, Wolves reminds us of the simple truth that we once knew but may have forgotten. In the murky illusions of this world, we so often play roles that are much too small to contain the immensity of our being. We fold ourselves up and tuck ourselves in. RedFeather calls out to the center of our souls, so we can remember who we are for always—untainted, luminous, and oh so worthy. here’s the pre-save link for Wolves: https://wmp.lnk.to/presavewolves