Dermot Kennedy lives in the moment. He feels every red-cheeked rush. The starry glow gracing his skin. The love that still pumps in his chest. “Kiss Me” perfectly captures the could-be-our-last-kiss intensity we’ve all felt eventually. “So just kiss me the way that you would
If we died tonight,” he crows. The moment is no longer fleeting. It seems to linger on for eternity. Later, he pleads to “let this night invade my lungs,” he sings. “You’re all I want to breathe / Right beside the lake, I burn for you / You burn for me.”
Listen to “Kiss Me” below.