Release: Stine Grove & Stargazers – Time Travel Away

“Stine Grove & Stargazers – Time Travel Away” is out now on Amsterdam Trance Records!
The release has had great support from Solarstone, Mike Saint-Jues, Alexander Popov, Photographer, DJ Feel and many more and includes two mixes: the Original Mix and the Adip Kiyoi Remix with a more progressive sound.

Hear or download to two mixes of “Time Travel Away”.

About the song ‘Time Travel Away’

I wanted to sum up the emotions of my broken relationships, and I think the dissonance between the slightly happy chord progression and the sad lyrics actually time-travel-away-stine-groveenhances the sadness of the song.

The regrets: Could I have done things differently? Why didn’t I?
The feeling of not being able to see a future without that person. Everything seems nauseating and meaningless.
The devastating acknowledgement of the fact, that these happy, loving moments and memories now belong to another time – a time moving fast away from you with every heartbeat. A time that you will never get back.
The feeling of falling, asking yourself: When will I hit the ground? When will I not be able to go lower? When will my path upwards towards to light begin?
I think we’ve all been there, haven’t we…?

~ Yours SG

Time Travel Away
It’s been days since our goodbye
Cannot perceive the future though I try
Shadows are getting longer on my wall
I’ve jumped off a cliff and still I fall

How I wish I could take back all the things I’ve said
How I wish could be undone all the things I did
Sitting here all alone now, devastated heart
Darling, please you forgive me – I want a brand new start

You’re a time travel away
You’re a time travel away from me
All the love I ever felt, all the love you gave
Is a time travelling away

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Did the song strike a chord with you? I always love to hear from you, so feel free to leave a comment below.


One thought on “Release: Stine Grove & Stargazers – Time Travel Away”

  1. Marius says:

    At first I listened to this song a cheerful trance song to listen and just noticed it has a lovely voice without paying much attention to the lyrics.
    Now though I think I do understand the lyrics but I still want to listen to it like a happy song and not think about what happened too much. Sometimes you just need to move on. And on the rare occasions where there’s something to be salvaged it probably will.
    Thanks for the song and the lovely voice Stine, this is a really good one.

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