In “David”, Daniel Álvarez de Toledo and Jordan Dunn-Pilz create a dream come true to share trauma and communal healing, with discoveries of guitars and occasional banjo advances supported by slow, slow-moving shuffling drums. “‘ David ’was written for my younger brother,” Dunn-Pilz said in a statement. As brothers and sisters, we share the same emotional feelings, but we process things differently as individuals. The song comes from a longing for healing despite the variations. ”
Like the alternative version of “Sunday Funday”, it’s brighter than the original, with a new layered vocal floating at the top of the aka banjo backbone. This rendition is slightly shorter, offering a more compact take on the themes of drug abuse and helplessness.
Check out the same tracks below.