Boniface has shared a heartbreakingly beautiful acoustic cut of Fumbling.
The single, which was originally released in October, was written when frontman Micah Visser was "falling in love"...he says of the track: "I wrote Fumbling when I was 'falling in love' which is a nice feeling, but in my experience one that's so terrifying it starts freaking you out to the point that it stops being positive. That makes it kind of halfway between being a declaration of love and a breakup song for me. I still can't decide which side it's on, but it's well intentioned and about as honest as I can get".
Recorded in London whilst working on material for his debut album, the stripped back version of the song finds Boniface creatively deconstruct his work and in turn find further meaning with beautiful results. Discussing the process, he offered the following: "I usually find myself writing really intimate songs and then building them up to fill a room, but I love doing the opposite and deconstructing them. Especially since this song is such a conversational, stream of consciousness thing - I wanted to make it really sparse and just let it speak for itself. I kind of forgot how delicate and romantic this song could be, so I had a really nice time uncovering that again. Hope you like it!"
Listen to the stunning acoustic version here, and look out for new releases and tour dates next year.