“The Flowers of Yesteryear” – Late for the Train

“The Flowers of Yesteryear” by Late for the Train is a beautiful folk song that highlights the melodic dance between the male and female vocals intertwining with each other. The lyrics are equally as descriptive, as the imagery vividly describes seasons, like a longing for freedom and warmth that comes with spring that’s long gone, contrasting with the cold reality of winter’s solitude. One of my favorite parts is when they allowed the violin instrumental to have its own solo, it really allowed the instrumentals to shine in their own right. This song is like a warm cup of tea on a cold windy day; nourishing, fulfilling, and sweet.


Written by Gabrielle LaRochelle

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