Walk in Light

from by The Rain



The jewel in the crown of "Out of the Emptiness", and one of only 2 songs sung lead on this album by Andy White, this song of his was adapted to the pop-rock sensibilities of the Rain, and rather ironically shedding most acoustic guitar in the mixing process, making room for other percussive rhythms. The rich instrumentation and arrangement with various keyboard parts was a very in-depth studio effort, borrowing on the likes of other great talents, such as John Peer (whurlitzer, hammond).


I've got to take some time
look inside myself
living like a fool
living like a clown
letting myself and everybody down
how long could I live this way?
How strange these games I play.
Something gotta move. Something gotta sway.

When I walk with you, I walk in light
When I talk to you the world becomes so much brighter than before

I've got to take some time
let the wild winds blow
swimming up stream
I've been living in a dream.
I had to let it go. I had to let it go.
How long could I act this way.
How strange them things I say
something got to move, something got to sway

When I walk with you, I walk in light
When I talk to you the world becomes so bright
When I talk to you, I walk in light, I.....

Thunderclouds may roll
Mountains may crumble
But you and I
You and I
We are 2 rivers......
Walk in light......

Walk in light
Walk in light
Walk in light...


from Out of the Emptiness, released June 8, 2015
Andrew White - vocals and acoustic guitar
Steve Harley - electric guitars
James Bond - bass, various sound effects
John Peer - whurlitzer, keyboards (SH201, MS2000, 909)
written by Andrew White
produced by Steve Harley


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Remedy Halifax, Nova Scotia

Remedy is a Canadian Alt-funk-groove-rock quartet out of Halifax. Over nearly 10 years of jamming together, the band has carved out a niche sound that blends a unique mix of rock with a deliberate rhythmic core. The lead singer is an ex-family doctor, at one time addicted to self-prescribed narcotics, he's gotten and remained clean since early 2011. The bands Rx logo references this history. ... more

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