When reflecting on 2020, it's easy to get caught up in the overwhelmingly negative experiences that flooded the year. However, when entering into a new year, many feel a newfound sense of hope and optimism. On their latest single "Peace at Last," Tim Atlas and honeywhip come to terms with the past while eagerly looking to the future in anticipation of its endless possibilities.
The track's production is light and bouncy, creating a sense of liberation from the overwhelming negativity that plagued last year. Both sonically and lyrically, the song provides a refreshing sense of anticipation for what's to come without being unrealistic. In his own words, Atlas says of the song,
"we're all made up of a sum of experiences, and while those experiences shape who we are & how we perceive the world, it's a breath of fresh air when you feel like you have a chance to make some changes."
Further attesting to his overall artistry and talent, Atlas undertook directing and editing the video for "Peace at Last." A montage of videos sent in by friends and family, the video pays homage to the new and creative ways people are collaborating in an increasingly separated world. Bouncing between images of strangers enjoying little moments in life to critical incidents in pop culture to important historical events, "Peace at Last" is a time capsule of 2020 and a reminder that there was still some good to come out of such an emotionally draining year.]
Watch the video below: