• Muzik First


Indie-pop outfit Arlie has treated us one final time for the year with the release of their glistening new single, "Crashing Down." The track is the latest in many engaging releases from the band, including "Poppin" and "Wait A Minute." Arriving hot off the heels of the group's 6-date DIY tour, the shimmering release explores the realization that everything is temporary and our lives could change at any given moment. Instead of dwelling on the fact, the track emphasizes spending time with loved ones, brought to life by frontman Nathaniel Banks' magnetic vocal performance. Right now feels like about the right time to be putting this one out. "Crashing Down" is about this feeling of "everything I've built my sense of security upon might suddenly crumble" and how that can really make you re-evaluate your priorities. The more I internalize that everything I take for granted is temporary (including life itself), the more I consider radically shifting my life choices. It's about how a dream scared me enough to snap me out of taking a lot of things for granted and enough to make me realize how much I care about being in the physical presence of the people I love most.” frontman Nathaniel Banks shares. The release arrives alongside a vibrant nostalgia-fuelled visual, starring Banks alongside Adam Lochemes, Carson Lystad, and Ryan Savage. The captivating visual is another shining moment from the band, whose visuals never miss, directed by Gabe Drechsler.