Love makes the world go round faster than any speedster out there. Like an eternal merry go round, it feels good and dizzying at the same time. Being under its spell is glorious but with that comes uncertainties and pain. Indescribable emotions that make your senses burst into smithereens. Knowing all these, we are still drawn to it despite the risks attached to it. Why? Well because it’s worth it.
A whirlwind that knows no bounds, love makes it’s presence known in Mitch Wilson’s latest song ‘Love Is True’. Released June 23rd via Distrokid in all major streaming services worldwide. ‘Love Is True’ is a heartfelt track about finding and getting back into love. Easier said than done, it convinces us to let go of inhibitions and take a plunge. “Love is true. I got all these instincts to prove. Feel your body shape to the groove. Get down, feel the sensation.” as the lyrics would say.
More than just the feel good stuff we’re so accustomed to these days. Mitch Wilson’s ‘Love Is True’ is layered with the realities of romance in all its bad, beautiful and the ugly. Here we are warned that surrendering to love’s whims doesn’t mean we have to shut off our brains. “Love’s a funny thing. It’s live and let die. You can find a perfect someone. Parade a trophy wife. What I lie.”. We also need to be aware of our surroundings and the people we let into our lives. Unfortunately not everyone is out for our best welfare. There are tricksters and those who’ll just take us on for a ride.
With vocals so velvety smooth and reminiscent of artists from yesteryear like David Bowie and Peter Gabriel. Interlaced with instrumentals and beats that gets us leaping with joy. Audiences are treated with a tune that’s good for the heart and soul. A reminder for rookies, the experienced and everything in between. ‘Love Is True’ comes to us as a comforting embrace with a stern tap that’ll last till we find our own true love.