May 18, 2020

Mountains Like Wax New Song “Braindead” Takes New Meaning

In the age of quarantine, artists are struggling with the question to release music or not.  Many want to remain sensitive to the current affairs and take a step back, but there are others who know music is one of the few ways people can still connect in this world.

Many songs have taken on new or sequential context due to quarantine, but for indie group Mountains Like Wax, the devastating Nashville tornado on March 3 was an astronomical factor for the meaning of their new single ‘Braindead.’ The single, originally about nuances in relationships and isolation, took new form when the tornado ripped through the streets of East Nashville, destroying the bar, frontman Mitchell G. Taylor worked at.

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