Song of the Moment - "Warm With You" by Hayden Calnin

Apr 27th

In case you all didn't know, I have a passion for music. I have a passion for making it, but I also have a passion for finding, sharing and talking about really good songs that go deeper than just chords, notes and melody.

So I'm going to start doing a thing. I'm going to start sharing the songs that I'm listening to that have the biggest impact on me. I will share different genres, but these are all songs that I'm either listening to currently, or that have had a significant influence on me as a person and/or musician. In the process, I hope you all can either discover new music or just enjoy talking along through some of the details with me in the comments.

First up is an amazingly chill song by Hayden Calnin, an Aussie with a knack for writing simple, catchy, meaningful anthems.

This song hits me personally in a lot of ways. My wife and I recently bought a home in the mountains, where it gets really, really cold. We picked the spot because it's so private and feels like it's lost some place in the middle of nature. It represents a way for us to get away from the craziness of the world.

As we went through the process of planning for and buying the home, this song came up as a suggested track (probably cause I listen to a lot of Bon Iver), and it just completely encapsulated the feeling I had as we made that move to find a secluded place in the mountains to stay warm together. It's such a cozy spot, and this song perfectly captures the sentiment I feel when I think about it and I think about my wife and the time we've invested there making a home for ourselves away from the insanity of south Florida.

I hope you guys enjoy this, and hopefully I'll be back soon to toss another tune your way.


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