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Wye Oak have returned with a brand new single, 'Fear of Heights'

It's the second single to arrive since their 2018 album 'The Louder I Call, Te Faster It Runs'.
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Published: 8:51 pm, January 21, 2020
Wye Oak have returned with a brand new single, 'Fear of Heights'

Wye Oak have returned with a brand new single, 'Fear of Heights'.

Writing about the track, the band explain: "This song’s central metaphor likens the deepening of a relationship to the feeling of ascending to the top of a very tall place. There’s something to be seen (or learned, or experienced) once you arrive, but for some there is also a fear that increases with every step upwards. You say it’s worth it for the view, but it’s impossible to know if that’s true until you get there to see it with your own eyes."

It's the second single to arrive since their 2018 album 'The Louder I Call, Te Faster It Runs', following up on last year's 'Fortune'.

You can check out 'Fear of Heights' below.

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