Well, if you are a man and think you are done with such tough life, and maybe can’t stand your nagging GF, actually, let me tell you that you are wrong because a woman struggling to cope with the combination of a painful break-up and an unwanted pregnancy which is actually this is her ‘Weight of Love’

The harmonic vocals, sweet vintage distorted guitars give a nice combination of English rock with Americana indeed, these dudes described it as “The song features close, at times dissonant, harmony singing and distorted guitars to symbolize the internal struggle and tension the protagonist is feeling, but ultimately ends with a rousing chorus and the line “marching into the night”, as the woman in the song decides she will keep the baby and refuse to be defined by her past. The song features classic 70’s folk-rock instrumentation including Hammond B3 organ, piano and 12-string guitars, as well as 4-part harmony singing.” – THE UNCVNNY stated. Check it out below and don’t miss the solo!

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