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With its luscious, cinematic feel, ‘Fall Away’ surges and pulls at you from a slow, beautiful build to a mid-section of glorious strings, all capped by Fable’s incredible vocal. “Fall Away’ is an attempt to be at peace with reality, despite the destruction of our natural world. It tries to accept that all things will come to an end, and that to resist this idea is like swimming upstream. The line ‘long may the grass grow’ is a recognition that even if humanity doesn’t survive, consciousness in other forms will continue” Fable explains.
“I think it’s always been important for me to live in the present, and to make peace with the idea of my own death. I drew inspiration from the meaning behind The Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’. The track has a cinematic feel, and I wanted the production to be a very physical experience. The track was written in an afternoon, and the vocal is a one take raw improvisation”