Prolific Vancouver alt-country singer-songwriter Geoff Gibbons is back with a new single, "Feet Out the Window." I'm excited to check it out, as I've always appreciated his ability to make you feel like he's having a conversation with you through his music.
This song is about a break-up, but it's not a sad song. Instead, it's about choosing to remember and embrace the good memories instead of dwelling on the bad. I'm a sucker for that kind of vibe, so I'm guessing I'll be into the goods that Gibbons is delivering here.
I'm gonna give it a spin around the block. Maybe I'll even put my feet out the window. On second thought, that's probably not the best idea while driving.
I'll have a full report after the jump.
Geoff Gibbons' "Feet Out the Window" is a well-crafted alt-country song about the bittersweetness of remembering the good times of a relationship after it has ended. The song's primary narrative reflects the song's title with his ex-partner's feet hanging out the window. This simple image immediately evokes a sense of nostalgia and longing. As the song progresses, Gibbons reflects on all the happy times they shared together, however, he also acknowledges that the relationship is over, and he must now learn to move on.
The song's lyrics are both honest and poetic, and they perfectly capture the complex emotions of heartbreak. Gibbons' vocals are warm and sincere, and he delivers the lyrics with a sense of conviction. The song's instrumentation is simple but effective, with jangly guitars and a driving beat that perfectly complement the mood of the song.
Overall, "Feet Out the Window" is a beautiful and moving song about love, loss, and moving on. It is a must-listen for fans of alt-country, and it is sure to resonate with anyone who has ever experienced heartbreak.
If you're looking for a song that will make you feel all the feels, then "Feet Out the Window" is the perfect song for you.