Dangerkids – Crawl Your Way Out (Track Of The Day, 4th February)

Dangerkids are over our social media feeds, impressing people all over the world with their powerful in-your-face tracks. Everyone loves Dangerkids and everyone loves their incredible album, blacklist_!

“Crawl Your Way Out”, a track from blacklist_ is our Track Of The Day today. It’s an inspiring song about working through doubt and loss and going on to creating something meaningful.

“Somebody please tell me where to go
When nobody wants me to come back home
I sold my soul to this open road
Room full of friends and I’m all alone
But if I don’t try then I’ll never know
Starve the ego to feed the soul
So if I put everything that I have in this
How can I let it go?”

This was how we described “Crawl Your Way Out” in our review of blacklist_

“”Crawl Your Way Out” starts with a beautiful cinematic sound and light beats. Even if new to Dangerkids, we know that more is coming. Yep, the cinematic sound is supported by sweet sweet heavy guitar and impressive drums. The verse feels like swimming underwater (“Room full of friends and I’m all alone”), it’s a passionate story about the challenges of rising despite people doubting you. I got goosebumps with “Crawl Your Way Out”, the drum beats almost seeming tribal with this sense of going through a ritual of defining just how badly something is wanted. This is important!”

The lyrics refer specifically to the Dangerkids and their journey in parts but it’s a song you can take on and relate it to your own challenges.

Give “Crawl Your Way Out” a spin.

Kel Burch

Creator and caretaker of Depth Mag, Kel uses her superpowers of empathy, word-weaving, and feeling everything deeply, to immerse herself in music before returning to reality to write about her experience with it. [Loved the read? Shout Kel a latte.]

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