Virginia based indie-pop artist Tyler Meacham is back with brand new single ‘No Running Away’
“No Running Away” is the latest instalment from indie-pop songwriter Tyler Meacham.
An explosive indie attire about letting go and diving into love head-first, the track was entirely self-produced in Tyler’s home studio during quarantine.
For fans of Sara Bareilles, Lorde, MUNA and Bleachers, the new single is the first track off of Tyler’s debut album ‘Into the Fray’.
Going more in-depth about the single, Tyler shares, “No Running Away is about learning to let someone in, being vulnerable, and letting go of past hurts that prevent us from getting close to one another.
On a deeper level, this song is about coming into a relationship while still grieving the end of relationships past. It is difficult in that situation to feel like anyone or anything is permanent.
I really struggled with the idea of letting anyone past the walls I had put up to protect myself from any further hurt. But then someone started to love me, and I saw that it hurt him when I lumped him in with all the rest or assumed that he would leave me.
Constantly waiting for the other shoe to drop is no way to live and no way to love. This song is about committing, letting go, and loving wholeheartedly no matter the risk.”
A bittersweet reality, “No Running Away” is as relatable as it gets.
Yours to keep from tomorrow onwards, Tyler Meacham’s new single is cinematic and the perfect track for a coming-of-age film.