"It's about being in love with somebody and being very poor, and not really liking the card you are dealt," she said. "I think once you decide you're not going to play the game by the rules anymore, you cross into different territory. Once you leave those morals behind, it's easier for them to lose themselves."The song's bluesy, Americana-influenced sound features Litten delicately singing the chorus: "I know of ways that would terrify you down to your core / for I loved a man with the world in the palm of his hand but he still wanted more."
Indie act The Dream Masons create slinky blues-folk with a bite, offering up punchy, old school No Doubt moments. On their song, “Another Great Day,” the four-piece creates an undeniably catchy track that’s as dreamy as their name implies, but still full of plenty of attitude.
The Dream Masons came together about a year ago as singer Annastacia, who says she "knew of" guitarist Eric Hellinger from other musicians, heard the guy playing at Mohawk Studios in Huron where she was recording her "folk-y" solo project. "I met all the guys in the band at studios," says Annastacia. "We were all working on other projects, but it was a meant-to-be type of thing. We came together first as musicians and then had to learn to be friends. We've finally gotten there."