The Hails’ Laid Back Single “Younger” Croons For Different Times
Tell me how it was when you were younger.
I’m sure it was better then – I’m sure you and I were better then.
I’ll wait around, the clock waits not for me. A younger me would tell me not to wait around, but here I am pretending to kill the time when all that’s really happening is time is killing me.
I don’t mind though – still don’t.
You left with the morning glow and some part of me waits, never believing you would actually come back around. You don’t know the full story, but I understand.
Reminiscing. It’s too late now.
Back when it wasn’t too late you used to tell me what it was like. Younger times, younger minds.
Stream The Hails – “Younger” below:
The Hails’ newest song is a fresh direction for the young band out of Gainesville, FL. Recorded in Miami with engineer & producer Matt Lewin, “Younger” fuses elements of modern alt rock and 70’s groove-oriented pop for a laid back, but catchy, beach vibe.
The Hails are comprised of lead singer Robbie Kingsley, guitarist Dylan McCue, guitarist & vocalist Franco Solari, bassist Andre Escobar, and drummer Zach Levy.
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