"The song was written as part of the grieving process that came with losing such a dear friend."
Sydney alt three-piece Finding Better Health have shared their brand new video for Single Serving Friends - premiering exclusively with TheMusic.
A sprawling shoegazey tune, vocalist Harry Belcher said the track is a lamenting of bygone people who seem to be doomed to the annals of history.
"The song came about following a friend of mine moving to Melbourne, and his last night in Sydney, which was spent traversing his favourite spots from his youth, ending in a small colonial graveyard in the hills" he explained.
"In the coming months, as the relationship fractured, the song was written as part of the grieving process that came with losing such a dear friend. A part of me knew that would most likely be the last time we hung out, and as we stared at the bright lights of the city from our perch atop a gravestone, I stopped for a moment and took it all in, almost wishing to crystallise the moment, and pushing the inevitability of the end of our friendship from my mind, if only to enjoy the view."
Belcher continued, The title is in essence a Fight Club reference. It refers to a scene in which the narrator describes his nomadic lifestyle, comparing relationships to the single serving products one would find on an aircraft. The title Single Serving Friends refers to the theme of the song, which is decrying the relationships one may form for a time, and their inability to exist outside of this time."
Check out the new vid via the player above
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