Taken from the duo’s upcoming debut album, “Steady On” is a study of emotional and physical alienation.
Following the demise of a long-term relationship and a subsequent year spent wallowing in self-pity, Teen Ravine began as a collaboration in studio apartments around Toronto. The pair sit somewhere between Count Counsellor and Hall & Oates off-cuts, chilled and mellow but with a plethora of catchy chorus hooks.
Speaking about the track Teen Ravine said "There’s a bridge over the Don River in Toronto and written above it is the phrase: “This river I step in is not the river I stand in”. You could drive over it a thousand times and miss it. But it’s a really beautiful thing…a subtle reminder that no matter how hard we try to resist it, nothing is permanent, everything is in flux."