KT Tunstall advises, "Hold on to what you been given lately" on a song she described as "a kind of beats-led, blues influence." "Hold On" and the other tracks on her album Drastic Fantastic caused the Scottish singer-songwriter to question "the treacherous path to paradise." "How much will you risk to find your nirvana and how deep will you dig because the deeper you dig, the darker it gets, and the scarier it is, the more you can fit in the hole," Tunstall said. "It's just that sort of bravery of what you'll do to get what you want."
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