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PREMIERE: Finn Pearson crafts haunting tribute to night-driving & breakups in single Interstate Road

Tuesday 7th April / presented by Taylah Strano

Local folk-rocker Finn Pearson gives us a sneak peek at his new ballad Interstate Road, a bittersweet tribute to night-driving and post-breakup turmoil.

Of the track, Pearson describes it as "an exploration of the emotional fallout following the end of a relationship."

"It depicts a longing to maintain the connection even though things have changed irreversibly, and the struggle to come to terms with the fact that you're no longer be in a position to check up on someone."

Interstate Road is officially out April 8, but streaming exclusively at the RTRFM website.

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