Life will start to come back to us. “Making Up For Lost Time” is an optimistic song with a sense of longing, a glimmer of hope through the long fog of isolation, whether it be from an old relationship or this last year.
The dreamy video for “Making Up For Lost Time” perfectly captures the emotions and beauty at its core. When you close your eyes after looking at someone you love, the image sits on your retina and slowly fades away, but the memory remains in your head, distorted. It’s about time rushing forward and never able to catch up to your future plans. Lost opportunities and warning your past not to make the same mistakes, but feeling it is inevitable.
Photo by James Park Photography
“Making Up For Lost Time” is the lead single from our full-length album Autopilot due in 2022, produced by The Raveonettes’ Sune Rose Wagner.
By the end of the song, we would like for you to be excited to begin the next chapter in your life. Don’t settle. Take chances, make mistakes, and acknowledge those same missteps.
It’s never too late to make up for lost time.
Paragon Cause is an indie-electronica band based in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, with a penchant for making music that is enigmatic, darkly mysterious, but also wondrously compelling. Comprised of guitarist/songwriter Jay Bonaparte and vocalist/keyboardist Michelle Opthof.
Bringing together a lush electronic, almost industrial sound with indie vocals and strong melodic compositional sensibilities, Paragon Cause has crafted a collection of songs that are infused with the lo-fi intensity and rawness of a garage band, embellished with superior vocal and musical hooks that pull the listener in to each one of the band’s compositions.
Paragon Cause – Making Up For Lost Time
Paragon Cause – Lost Cause
Paragon Cause – Save Me
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