“Snow” feels like the best isolation song. Listening to it in this cold, harsh winter sends streaks of lightning through the bones, illuminating dark skies with warmth. Despite lyrics describing a specific case of isolation, it has more than meets the eye, layer after layer the band peels the themes of loneliness, obsession, and frustration, to reveal a celestial track that resonates with everybody, especially during times of quarantine and self-imposed isolation due to new waves of the pandemic. The song title “Snow” doesn’t necessarily reflect the growing ice crystals on a vast landscape, nor simply the growing pains of an incarcerated individual separated from the ones they love, but more or less the state of obsession after a long, exhausting journey inside oneself to discover what matters during a time of impending silence.
PAGES is a Scottish rock trio where synth-driven guitars and drums dominate an ethereal landscape. Their vocals, carefully-chosen lyrics, and universal themes make “Snow” the perfect track to accompany harsh times. Reflective, bold, and refined, PAGES promise to deliver more with each song they produce. The world is ready for a Scottish rock band to stir the stagnant and the mundane.