Picture This - comprising of members Ryan Hennessy (vocalist), Jimmy Rainsford (drummer), Owen Cardiff (guitarist) and Cliff Deane (bassist) - have released their poignant new single 'Things Are Different,' aptly describing it as 'a love song to the world.'
A Picture This track is always instantly recognisable, with 'Things Are Different' being no exception! Amid a time where things have been far from normal, this track offers a beautiful and stirring message of hope and positivity for life post-pandemic, particularly with the lyrics: 'I know the world's on fire, but there's beauty in the flame' and: 'We don't know how much longer, but we know we're going to come back stronger.'
The true talents of Picture This once again shine through on this exceptional track. With everything from captivating vocals to an uplifting beat, 'Things Are Different' is guaranteed to leave you with a smile on your face and admittedly, the resounding belief that things are going to get better. We're already thinking ahead to the time when live music returns and we can hear this track performed live!
Speaking about the new single, lead vocalist Ryan Hennessy explained:
"'Things Are Different' is a song that I may never have written if it wasn't for the chaos that was going on in the world around me. Normally, I write love songs about people who have been in my life and who I have been in relationships with and this too is a love song. However, this time it is a love song to the world.
A lot of things are different in the world we live in right now, but what will never change no matter what the circumstances are our morals, our passions, our beliefs and who we are as people. We now as a civilisation have to pick-up where we left off and step into a new world with love and compassion in our hearts, both for ourselves and for those around us."
'Things Are Different' is the first single from Picture This' upcoming third studio album, which is set to be released later this year.
'Things Are Different' is out now and is available to purchase and stream on all responsible music purchasing and streaming outlets.
By Rachel Dempster