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“A Song In My Heart” is a tender, soul-stirring folk song that delves into the experience of uncontrollable butterflies and the profound concept of the ‘Butterfly Effect’, capturing the essence of falling in love and the vulnerability it entails.

Max reflects, “This song encapsulates the tumultuous sensation of having uncontrollable butterflies fluttering in your stomach. It’s a feeling I believe we’ve all experienced at some point. It’s particularly complex when you’re already in a relationship. Suddenly, you find yourself infatuated with someone else, and despite the ecstatic momentum, you’re unable to let go. However, you’re not yet ready to embark on this new path for various reasons. There’s a sense of helplessness, needing the other person to make the leap alongside you. From my own experience, I’ve learned this approach rarely works. Ultimately, you have to take the leap on your own, if you ever do.”

Featuring contributions from Max M. Lueders (lead vocals, guitar), Leendert Haaksma (lead guitars), Koen van Baal (keys, guitars, bass, backing vocals, string arrangements), Anri Coza (backing vocals), Franc auf dem Brinke (vintage drums, percussion, backing vocals), Marieke de Bruijn (violin), and Jos Teeken (cello).

Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Holger Schwedt at Shamrock Studios in Baarn, The Netherlands. Released by John Weijers, Moonriver Music.

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