Independent rock band Westwood wants its audiences to face their fears and take control of their lives.
That is the message in the band’s recently released single, ‘Rag Doll.’ The band debuted the single, which boasts a steady, guitar-driven arrangement, June 25. The arrangement, as noted, is an upbeat work that is a good fit for any mainstream rock radio programmer’s play list.
The band talked about the song’s lyrical theme in a prepared statement, pointing out that the theme encourages listeners to be brave in every aspect in life.
“When we tend to think about our fears, the reasons why we don’t try to pursue the things we love doing, it seems to take the form of a creepy, beat up, possessed rag doll,” the statement reads. “We can sit here and talk whatever about the characters in these famous horror movies, screaming at them to fight their fear from the very beginning. But in reality, we all have fears just like them that we need to face, whether we like it or not! This song is about fighting your fears head on, and taking all of your energy to defeat the doll-like thing that’s been holding you back from your full potential!”
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