Following “Ohio” and “Teenage Rockstars,” Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness just shared our third taste of his upcoming album, Upside Down Flowers. “Blue Vacation” is a stomping, dreamy song about getting away from it all. The piano plays a prominent role propelling the song forward, while Andrew’s falsetto vocals lend an air of carefree joy. The song instantly grabs your attention, sticks in your head, and demands a click of the “replay” button. It’s the best new song we’ve heard from Upside Down Flowers so far.
Andrew McMahon shared a message about “Blue Vacation” with its release:
I’m no stranger to the subject of escapism. The desire to run when things get difficult is hardwired into my DNA. These days I’m better at tempering the worst effects of that instinct, but the thought is alive and well in the song Blue Vacation. Running…It’s a temporary fix and the things we run from tend to find us in the end. But doesn’t it sound nice sometimes; The thought of putting it all down for a minute, grabbing the people you love and finding a beach somewhere? A place you’re safe from the drip feed dramas of the day. If you’ve ever had that feeling, this song is for you.
Check out “Blue Vacation” and its music video below:
Stream or download “Blue Vacation” from your choice of music platforms now.
“Blue Vacation” appears on Andrew McMahon’s upcoming album, Upside Down Flowers, out on November 16th. It’s his third Wilderness album, following the 2014 self-titled debut and last year’s Zombies On Broadway.
You can pre-order the album on iTunes now and get instant downloads of the first three tracks. You should also check out the two special bundles available on the official Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness store. Find all pre-order options here.
After Upside Down Flowers comes out, you’ll also want to see Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness live. From January through March, the band will trek across the United States. Find tour dates and tickets now and get your spot while it’s still available!
Enjoy “Blue Vacation,” and get ready for the rest of Upside Down Flowers, out November 16th. Keep checking back here for all the latest Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness news.
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