Five-piece alt rock band Faraday has dropped a melancholic single titled ‘The Great Horizontal’ and an accompanying music video that, while capturing Singapore’s cosmopolitan beauty by night, evokes a sense of lovelorn loneliness.
The track bears a softer touch, veering far from the band’s previous single ‘Zero Hour’, which was about the last days of a failing relationship – but 'The Great Horizontal' also seems to be some sort of a prequel with lyrics reflective of one’s struggle with coming to terms with a breakup and falling into the delusion of being loved again: “Been a long time since I felt love in my pain, so how much are you asking? I’m not alone, I’m not alone”.
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Watch Faraday’s music video for ‘The Great Horizontal’ below: