Die Young (As Late As You Can) by Crozier is a symphonic storytelling number with a melody that can fool you with its ease. First of all, what a curious name, it makes you stop for a moment. They already have your attention and the song lives up to it.
The opening tune of the track already sets a tone of adventure on the road and in the desert owed to its Country influence. The song consists of stories of two people- a man and a woman, living out their dreams in their own special way. It speaks endearingly of how you are not young only once. You can be young as you get older, wiser and more stable in thought and wealth as well. The song is produced, mixed and mastered with precision and neatness. Every instrument rendition stands out and neither the vocals nor the instrument overshadows each other. The song does not lament the time and years gone, instead, it urges you to seize the moment.
New Year’s Eve is a film that encapsulates second chances. Isn’t that what a New Year is all about? Die Young (As Late As You Can) Particularly would fit into this one segment between Ingrid and Paul. Ingrid (older- early/ late forties) decides to do things that she has always wanted to do but couldn’t. She then bargains for Paul’s help by waving the tickets to a special party as payment and he agrees. This is her Die Young (As Late As You Can) moment.
The track is cathartic in an unexpected way. It urges you to not let go of your youth and also tells you to not rush into things. This is the first-ever release by Crozier and what a marvellous fashion to make an entrance. Go support this star in the making.