Bishop Battle’s new track “Fly Away” builds up with an exotic synth-pop opening, driving to an infectious pop hook at 00:55. Depeche Mode and Erasure come to mind as stylistic comparisons as the listener digs into this electronic-pop gem.

“I wish I could take full credit for my creative output,” Bishop explains. “Often, I hear music in my dreams, or shortly before/after waking up. Sometimes things come to me at random times, and although I don’t know what they are exactly about at the time, I know how they make me feel. My objective with any song, and "Fly Away” was no different, is that I have to figure out a way to accurately convey that emotion not only in my lyrical and musical approach but also my performances.“

"This is actually the first song I wrote that wasn’t a "rock” song, and although I typically prefer to let my listeners determine what a song means so that it will speak to them and their situation, I wrote this one for my wife (who I’ve been married to for 16 years). She’s always been asking for one, but they had never come to me in the past! However, I prefer complexity and depth, so although I chose to write about romance, I also wanted to convey the sorrow that often comes with an enduring relationship.  It’s not always easy to be there for each other, but the fact remains that even when it’s not easy, it’s certainly easier together.  I think portraying that security amongst the chaos in this track is why I believe it will relate to many who listen.“


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