Cautious Clay – Dying In The Subtlety (download)

Cautious Clay - Dying In The Subtlety (download)

Cautious Clay - Dying In The Subtlety (download)

Here is Cautious Clay – Dying In The Subtlety (download). The song released with Mp3 streaming [320kbps]. The new track is the latest record from the R&B music act.

The new single follows up to “Agreeable,” released earlier in September. With R&B serving as the base of the record, Cautious Clay also draws influence from indie rock.

The record examines how subtle moments of emotional uncertainty or exuberance can sometimes serve as false negatives or false positives,” he explained in a statement.

“The song ultimately calls to attention the importance of being aware of these internal signals and being more long-sighted when evaluating who you choose to give love and meaningful attention to in an age of distraction.”

(1) Lying about the worst parts of yourself (2) Dramatization of nuance to avoid pain (3) The fate of one’s conscience taken for granted (4) Like peaches, apple pie + strawberry cream, it’s like you haven’t tasted pain + suffering.


I can see your breath in the window
Written “I’m sorry”
You’re fogging up friendship
I don’t wanna say it back
Do I need this stress or a symbol?
I don’t know, probably
The fate of my conscience
Never thought much of that

Could be easier than drive you back
Like I’m Jason Statham
Do I know how to keep it all intact

I think I’m dying in the subtlety
Lying ‘bout the worst of me
I just wanna stay on track
Crying like it hurts to be
What we wanted initially
Why don’t you just cut some slack

Like peaches, apple pie or strawberry cream
It’s like you haven’t tasted pain and suffering
To drive it home in words easily explained
Love is just a passion with a four letter name

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