Ever feel like you’ve got a habit of having one foot in and one foot out when it comes to relationships? This is the focus of Tim Carr’s latest single ‘Long Enough Along for the Ride’. Combining elements of French chamber music and 60’s pop, the song considers the consequences and joys of living life along for the ride. Carr beautifully captures that intense emotion of anxiety when making a decision. The song illustrates two conflicting feelings, being scared of commitment yet also having that fear of separation. With his soft silky vocals and soothing guitar, it’s easy to get lost in a sea of emotions as the song literally takes you “along for the ride.”
Growing up in a family of musicians, Tim Carr has been immersed in music from an early age. He went on to study Jazz drums at California Institute of the Arts, where he perfected his craft. Carr has had the pleasure of working with a number of distinguished artists such as Haim, Nick Cave and Julian Casablancas due to his amazing talent and dedication.
Showing off his unique creativity, Carr made the decision to leave in the little imperfections that occurred in the new single while recording. That idea really paid off, giving ‘Long Enough Along for the Ride’ a raw looseness and authentic energy. Carr admits, “I like when there is a brokenness mixed with a sweet melody.” It’s that kind of individuality that definitely sets him apart. Listen to the single ‘Long Enough Along for the Ride’ below.