The end to something is always something that we all look out for. Whether it’s shared in a community like “the end of the year” or a more personal tone I.e. “end of an era”. These rattle us to the core both in a good and bad way. A roller coaster that knows no bounds, a lot of these cascading emotions stem from existing anxieties and uncertainties. Questions such as “What’s going to happen next?” or “What are the new challenges to face?” swirl around haunting us as if the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come in Charles Dicken’s ‘A Christmas Carol’. Scary huh? It should be, but then again it’s a necessary one because it’s a part of life. Changes happen and for them to take place, facing the end is inevitable.
Similar to Michael Jordan’s “The Last Dance”, Canadian singer songwriter Jordan Hart emerges and shoots straight for our hearts in his latest song ‘The End’. Released September 13th in all major platforms worldwide via baselineMusic. Jordan Hart’s ‘The End’ is an anthemic track that tackles the end in a positive light. Specifically aimed at us listeners, it elicits a celebratory vibe as dedicated to the last days of summer. Let bygones be bygones with a smile on the face, it’s a happy farewell to one of the most cherished seasons ever.
Beyond its joyous and energetic themes, Jordan Hart’s ‘The End’ can also be seen as an allegory for the human condition. With a fresh voice that’s emotional and fun, tied in with instrumentals that soar through the stratosphere. John Hart inspires us to look back at the past fondly, and to look forward with hopes that things will be better this time around. Instead of allowing fear and worries to swallow us like it’s always been, this tune is a reminder that the end isn’t as bad as we paint to be. Rather than see it as a dead-end, we should view it as a portal to a new world en route to an opportunity to pick up the scattered pieces. So hang buckle up and enjoy the ride! It’s gonna be great.
Happy Tuesday folks!