Bearcubs – Underwaterfall

“Can’t hold my breath for another”

As its title suggests, Underwaterfall is a track submerged in worry. Built with the same tonal palette and structure as Radiohead’s “Everything In Its Right Place”, it’s a meditation on the niggling doubts that to keep you awake at night. A train of existential thought that numbly jumps from your place on Earth “my feet are falling from the ground”, to mortality “can’t hold my breath for another” and then to existence itself “this could be a dream, or a distant memory,” with so much confused upheaval and misplaced rage in the world at the moment, a healthy dose of primal fear could do everyone a bit of good.