Wings of Desire Announce ‘Life Is Infinite’ Anthology, Share New Songs

    Wings of Desire – the UK duo of James Taylor and Chloe Little – have announced their debut anthology, Life Is Infinite. Slated to arrive on December 8, the collection features formative tracks of the band’s opening era, including the new singles ‘A Gun in Every Home’ and ‘001 [Tame The War, Feed The Fire]’, which are out today. Take a listen below.

    “Surrendering to yourself can be one of the most difficult things to achieve,” Wings of Desire said of ‘A Gun in Every Home’ in a statement. “We have so many mental programs and blocks preventing us from allowing ourselves to just ‘be’. A gun in every home explores the idea of reflecting on one’s shadow in order to break through to the other side. A dark night of the soul, although painful, is a necessary storm we have to go through in order to experience growth and expansion in this incarnation.”

    Of ‘001 [Tame The War, Feed The Fire]’, they added: “Is it our burning desires which will lead us and our planet to our ultimate destruction? Or will strength, love and unity lead us to a new beginning? A grand reset… our year zero. 001 was a song written before this incarnation of the band. The last few lines giving us the final piece of the puzzle…our name: ‘Tame the war, feed the fire, can’t deny the wings of desire’. Our desires often take over us and have wings of their own. We must eliminate/burn through our desires in order to reach higher states of consciousness. Our attachments can lead us down destructive paths.”

    Life Is Infinite Cover Artwork:

    Life Is Infinite Tracklist:

    1. Runnin’
    2. Be Here Now
    3. Choose A Life
    4. A Gun In Every Home
    5. Better Late Than Never
    6. Perfect World
    7. Chance Of A Lifetime
    8. I Will Try My Best
    9. A Million Other Suns
    10. 001 [Tame The War, Feed The Fire]
    11. Made Of Love
    12. Angels
    13. [The Knife]

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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