Bears Banquet's new single "I Saw My Death Today" is a refreshing take on British Indie Folk & Pop. Songwriter Adam Baring's attention to detail is evident in the song's catchy and charismatic chorus. The release follows a string of successful singles and is part of the buildup to his debut album "Fighting Mist In Light". Adam's journey as a singer-songwriter is marked by his unique songwriting style and his collaboration with Ivor Novello and Brit award-winning producer Steve Robson. "I Saw My Death Today" was written during Adam's time in a soul-corroding office job, and reflects the sentiment of feeling trapped by the demands of money. Overall, Bears Banquet's new single is a must-listen for fans of British Indie Folk & Pop, rich in authenticity and a unique songwriting style.
Adam Baring writes – “The song was written at a time when I was working a soul corroding office job and listening to a lot of Velvet Underground and Lou Reed. I think the Richard Ashcroft quote “we’re a slave to money and then we die” in the chorus pretty much sums up the sentiment of the song and the thoughts that were going round my head at the time”.