Stop.Drop.Rewind is a progressive/powerpop band from Valparaiso, IN. Members Kris Lohn and DJ Crenson have been playing music continuously since 2000. Since their formation, they’ve performed in 12 states, and opened for The Misfits, Secondhand Serenade, Ronnie Winter, Hawthorne Heights, Amber Pacific, Real Friends, The Spill Canvas, among many others.
Stop.Drop.Rewind tackles something we’ve all gone through on their track “Yellow Roses” off their new album ‘Element & Aftermath’: loss. Music can help in all kinds of situations and can comfort all kinds of pain. Though it is difficult to alleviate the pain from the death of a loved one, it is possible to find some solace in music. And that is exactly what “Yellow Roses” is about.
Within a short period of time, a member of Stop.Drop.Rewind lost both a friend and a grandmother. He decided to create lyrical content that exhibited his emotions: ” sadness for the loss of my friend, guilt for having allowed so much time to pass between visits, and an overwhelming sense of distance between me and so many people I love.”
The song allowed him to find peace and understanding with death. Appropriately, the vocals for “Yellow Roses” were tracked on what would’ve been his friend’s 29th birthday.
This track will definitely make you feel something. Listen here:
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