Let It Go
by Cavo

Album: Bright Nights Dark Days (2009)


  • Cavo are an American post grunge band from St. Louis, Missouri. This track was released as the third single from their major label debut album, Bright Nights Dark Days.
  • Cavo frontman Casey Walker told Artist Direct about the meaning of this track: "It's a very meaningful song. It's the most personal song I've ever written. In my opinion, the first line of the second verse is the catalyst of the song—'There's a chance to change or stay the same.' I was at a point in my life where I realized that I had two options. I could either change or go down the other road and stay the same. Thankfully, I chose the right option. I can go back and think about that moment in time every single night that we play live and know I made the right choice."


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