Missouri pop rock band Hold Close have shared a new single, “Tropical Depression”, off their upcoming album Time, out January 18 on Hopeless Records. Speaking to the new single, guitarist Jessee Everett said:
“Tropical Depression is a song about being depressed in a relationship and how that affects it. It’s about how it’s not always the other partner’s fault, because depression is a mental illness that can leech onto anyone. It’s about dealing with that depression together. If you have a loved one that is depressed, you can’t just give up on them or allow it to swallow you. You’ve got to embrace it and help them through it. Or vice versa. The song can be taken a lot of different ways but it’s definitely not a break up song.”
►Get ‘Time’ on vinyl + more now: http://smarturl.it/HoldCloseMerch ►Get ‘Time’ on iTunes, Amazon, and more: http://smarturl.it/HoldCloseTime ►Stream “Breath” on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/BreathSPO ►Listen to “Breath” on Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/BreathAM — The official video for Hold Close’s new single “Tropical Depression,” off their new album ‘Time’ out now on Hopeless Records!