Toronto dream pop duo, Twin Rains, are about to release their sophomore album, Unreal City.
A hard fought battle to create through physical and mental health struggles, the first glimpse of this record comes via “The Garden,” a kaleidoscopic and lush exploration of the patterns in human relationships.
“Gardens are rich in symbolism: they can represent fertility and abundance, but also entropy and decay,” says singer Christine Stoesser of the track.
“This song is a story about the bittersweet nature of love and beauty, and how I can’t seem to experience either without an awareness of their inevitable breakdown. But the mood isn’t sad; instead, it celebrates this mystery.”