“All The Animals I Drew As A Kid” by Valley

by W. Andrew Powell

Valley’s “There’s Still A Light In The House” put the band on the map in 2020, and it was one of 2020’s standout indie rock singles. With their new single, “All The Animals I Drew As A Kid,” the band is showing their depth, and range, with a slow burning ballad that’s sad and sweet, off their new EP, sucks to see you doing better.

The mostly acoustic song is slow and steady, led by Rob Laska’s somber vocals, before climbing a peak that’s electric, bold, and bright just before the end. It’s a moody song that sums up these uncertain days, with contemplative lyrics that are easy to relate to.

Valley features Laska, with Mickey Brandolino on guitar, Alex Dimauro on bass, and Karah James on drums and vocals. The new single follows their other 2020 hits, “nevermind” and “hiccup”.

Follow Valley on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, and then listen to “All The Animals I Drew As A Kid” below.

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