“It’s all we know, all we know, the hurricane.”
Nashville songstress, Fleurie, has dazzled us with her artistry once again with new track, “Hurricane,” and if you’re like me, you’re gonna want to grab a box of tissues before you press play.
In a world where mental health is often talked about yet still holds a stigma over those who suffer from depression and/or anxiety, “Hurricane” depicts what it’s like to bottle your feelings until you’re no longer able, thus the hurricane ensues. “We hold it in the most when we’re wearing thin.”
The stage of finally being able to let someone in is a powerful one yet we still question the motives of others. We wonder if letting someone in will blow up in or face, sending right back to square one.
“Coming like a hurricane, I take it in real slow
The world is spinning like a weather vane
Fragile and composed
I am breaking down again
I am aching now to let you in”
“Hurricane” is the follow up to 2016’s Love and War and will possibly be a part of Fleurie’s upcoming album due out in 2018.
Listen to “Hurricane” below:
Available now here.