Slow Down, the latest from DC indie-rockers The 5:55, is an energetic swing-groove that makes sense of the wash of emotions and conflicting messages that come from navigating the path forward through school, work, friends, and family. In a world that seems to stop caring about us after childhood, a new generation is forced to mend a broken world for the misdeeds of the last.
Even that could work if there were opportunities available for young dreamy-eyed go-getters to make a difference. Sadly, that is not often the case.
Now I'm stuck in a job that I once had
Back in high-school but now I’m a post-grad
Tomorrow belongs to the youth of today, and this song can be taken as something of a warning - not to be too restive, nor too patient; and above all, to connect to a sense of personal identity. With a classic 4-piece band-mojo and a live sound that has made them a fan-favorite on college campuses all over the east coast, The 5:55 give us a party anthem that pulls no punches.
The 5:55 (pronounced THE-FIVE-FIFTY-FIVE) is an indie-rock band from Washington D.C. The band is comprised of musicians Collin Steves (Vocalist/Guitarist), Kevin Goldman (Lead Guitarist), Max Biskup (Bassist), and Ryan Steves (Drummer/Vocalist). This song is featured on our CHILL NEW Songwriters playlist.