Andy Frasco & The U.N. share “Grow Old,” the second single off their forthcoming LP, Wash, Rinse, Repeat., due April 8, 2022. The track comes alongside an accompanying music video featuring content from Emmy Award-winning wildlife cameraman Neil Bromhall and National Geographic photographer Owen Reiser.
“‘Grow Old’ is a song about not giving up on love before it even has a chance to bloom. We seem to run away from love when the going gets tough, but what I’m realizing as I get older is that true love doesn’t just come without effort. It takes work, and it takes going through the full cycle of emotions to really let that love blossom like a flower,” says Andy Frasco.
“This album means a lot to me because it sparked new ideas of what life is about. I’ve been on tour for so long that I have never been in my house for this long ever. I got sad, I got confused, I got existential because all these feelings were new. Normally I can run away to the next town, see new things and distract myself if I’m feeling sad or depleted. But during this pandemic I really had to stay at home, live with the demons in my head and figure them out myself. Through this, I found who I am and what I like a little more as I’m getting older. I’m just trying to be friends with my brain again.”