London-based trio Doe released their sophomore album, Grow Into It, in late September. The record delves into the subject matter of aging and the acceptance of its process via growth.
“Lyrically, I wanted to write an album about getting older that was an antithesis of the overdone trope of male bands singing about rejecting adulthood and wanting to stay young and get wasted with their friends forever,” explains frontwoman Nicola Leel. “Instead, Grow Into It is about finding light and freedom in age and finding autonomy in death.”
Our Song of the Day is the record’s lead single, “Heated,” which winds around, stopping and starting the way life tends to. It’ll never be a smooth line towards growing and aging, but that’s what keeps things interesting. Watch the plant and mulch-filled video for “Heated,” directed by Jack Barraclough, below.
Today's song, featured on The Midday Show with Cheryl Waters, is "Grains of Salt" by Tacocat, from the 2019 album This Mess is a Place on Sub Pop.
Today's song, featured on The Midday Show with Cheryl Waters, is "Younger" by The Mountain Goats, from the 2019 album In League With Dragons on Merge Records.
Today's song, featured on The Midday Show with Cheryl Waters, is "The Great Pixley Train Robbery" by Cass McCombs, from the 2019 album Tip of the Sphere on A...