Beware of Trains is a British chamber pop duo. Their tracks, designed to carry slice of life narratives reinforce the simple and small joys and grief. Flushed with swirls of romanticism, their frames are reminiscent of artists like Joni Mitchell, Carole King, and Sufjan Stevens. In their latest track, ‘Forever Home’ the duo blend delicate pieces of folk with neo-classical swashes. The artists present it like a fairy tale with traditional choral vocals and instrumentation. And this analogy subconsciously infuses a sense of hope and positivity, as the lyrical subjects search for a forever home.

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The track opens with twinkling Christmas synths which are absorbed into the fluent sopranos of Marie. Painting a picture of a happy winter night of snowball fights and matching pajamas. The evocation of the song comes in the form of ruminative nostalgia. Tying in emotions with melodies and words, Beware of Trains creates a firm knot of sentiment that rides back to your childhood. Piano melodies and dispersing synths nurture a halo around the swell of vocal harmonies. And by the end of it, you have your heart in your hands and you’ll find that it’s glowing.

Beware of Trains is pianist, singer/ songwriter Leighton Jones (former keyboardist for ’The Peatbog Faeries’) and Scottish soprano Marie Claire Breen.

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Forever Home’ by Beware of Trains here –