• Time To Leave - Neon Fields
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The Making of Time to Leave



I’ve waited a lifetime for you to free me, to take me, to have me reborn by your side. I’m wasted. Come save me. I can see that the stars are aligned. You want it, you got it, and soon you’ll arrive because you’re so, you’re so close now. And anybody can tell the earth is in your eyes and my eyes are yours. They’re open.

They’re open cos you, you, yeah you are the sky, and the sky is falling for me. It’s me and you. So don’t cry, yeah, cos I’m waiting on my love to arrive from the stars. Oh, from the stars.

Gonna wait for you to come save me from this overload. Take me with you to the stars. Think the world has gone insane. Soon my love is gonna reign. Take me with you to the dark.

Save me. Lead me home. I’m not crazy. Believe me, I need you. Alone in a centre that no one can measure, she takes me up inside and the sound fills my head. It’s nothing robotic, the sound is hypnotic, it shakes me up inside and crawls in my mind. Oh I want her. And my saviour brings me light as the waters start to rise. She told me, again and again, we’d be leaving. And they thought it was in my mind but now we’re gone.


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Comments & Reviews

Overall, ‘Light Them Up’ is pure excitement and energy. There’s no hectic feel present, it’s as if the track knows exactly what it is doing. As if it all was said and done long before the track even started.
I really like this ever-knowing wisdom connected to the tune. Circling around the theme of a paranoid schizophrenic who’s convinced that he is being watched and hunted, the track manages to transmit this exact uncomfortable feel, but with an overwhelming pressurized undertone.

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Florian Maier

CEO/Producer, kings mountain studios (KMS)

Neon Fields light the touch paper in standout debut release. ‘Light them up’ is the standout debut from South West UK band Neon Fields. It is 6 minutes 40 seconds in length but unlike some Netflix series, at no point does this seem overstretched or lack periods of quality. It feels like the band take us on an epic journey from start to finish. It doesn’t follow the scripted patterned format that you see in many songs and it holds intensity throughout, evoking anticipation in the masses.

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Steven Wright

CEO, Globe Link Music

Tonight’s highlight goes to “Bleak”, the third single from Brits Neon Fields. The vocals was what most caught my attention in “Bleak”. Ed Barrett is overwhelming in his interpretation, which shines brightly and breaks through the darkest and most doomed environment, like a ray of hope. Everything is delivered with emotion, and above all, is entirely real. The ever overlapping instrumental accompanies all of this, growing and decreasing in intensity at the right times.

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