Lead vocalist & lyricist Nai Palm has explained the songs earthly symbolism, describing it as an homage to the different examples of love and compassion in the world that are beyond the limitation of romance. I used arid imagery to depict thisfor example, the Jericho rose, an African resurrection plant, can survive dormant without water for over a hundred years. If it rains, it can bloom within minutes showcasing the immense power of nurture.”
Indulge your ears and eyes with the video below, and be sure to catch Hiatus Kaiyote on their current tour, the U.S. leg of which kicks off October 2nd in San Diego, CA.
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