Waiting For Wednesday has decided to start 2018 off with a bang by releasing EP ‘Routes’ out this week.
The duo has taken their traditional folk stories and turned them into passionate rock songs with a country twist.
‘This Ain’t Your Fight’ is a country song with a touch of blues written in the second person and is meant to inspire a woman to escape an abusive partner. However, the duo hopes that the song will give strength to anyone in any sort of unhappy relationship.
“You’ve got the strength to leave tonight” is repeated throughout the song as a constant reminder that strength and courage go hand in hand and it’s all the more reasons that the duo released this specific song on International Women’s Day.
“We are proud to share our first ever lyric video with you for our favorite track from [our] new EP ‘Routes.’ This is our first set of recordings since taking a break to have children, but these are actually some of our oldest songs… the tracks reflect both our roots as a song writing duo and the new direction we’re heading in.”
Without further ado, we’d like to present the official lyric video for ‘This Ain’t Your Fight.’
About Waiting For Wednesday
The band has played hundreds of gigs across their native Yorkshire on their seven year journey together; captivating crowds at local festivals Saltaire and Beat-Herder, venues Oporto and Belgrave of Leeds and the Hebden Bridge Trades Club – all the way to the bars of Ireland including the famous Matt Molloy’s. An early On’t Sofa session introduced them to a wider audience on Youtube, and they continue to receive support from BBC Introducing for songs on their self-released records ‘Girls Don’t Play Guitar’, ‘When We Were Seventeen’ and their latest EP ‘Routes’ out this week! Listen to ‘Routes’ right now.
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