The Narrative Unveils Final Track 'Higher' from EP 'New Anxieties'

If you're in the mood for a musical journey that's equal parts introspective and catchy, then look no further than The Narrative's latest release.

The indie/alt/pop duo, comprising Suzie Zeldin and Jesse Gabriel, have always aimed to create songs that strike a chord with listeners, and their newest EP, 'New Anxieties', is no exception.

Currently evolving in the musical melting pot of Nashville, The Narrative's journey began with a Craigslist ad that brought them together in Suzie's cramped New York apartment. From these humble beginnings, they've gone on to release a string of successful albums and singles, showcasing their ability to traverse genres while maintaining a focus on emotionally resonant songwriting.

Laden with synth-driven 80s and 90s nostalgia, 'New Anxieties' combines catchy melodies, introspective lyrics, and intricate instrumental arrangements to create a cohesive musical experience.

At the heart of the EP lies "Higher", the final track to be released. Born from an instrumental foundation, Suzie and Jesse joined forces to create the melody and lyrics that delve into the transformative experience of parenthood. With its 80s-inspired synthwave pop sensibility and poignant reflections on personal growth, "Higher" offers listeners an intimate glimpse into the band's journey of rebirth both as musicians and individuals.

The release of 'New Anxieties' marks a new chapter for The Narrative, as they continue to push the boundaries of their creative expression. With plans for future releases already in the works, the duo recently launched a Patreon where fans can directly influence their musical direction, ensuring that their journey remains as collaborative as it is captivating.

So, whether you're a longtime fan or a newcomer to The Narrative's music, be sure to give "Higher" and the rest of 'New Anxieties' a listen. With its infectious hooks and heartfelt lyricism, it's bound to leave a lasting impression.

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