Do you like epic film trailers, where the bass is pounding your heart to the wall and afterwards you turn to your friend right next to you and go “We have got to see this movie!”?
Good, because the last of my 3 Singles In 3 Weeks songs is a film-trailer-like bass-wobbling fake-dubstep pop track. It’s called Run This World and has the character of a Tinie Tempah song, with vocals like Ellie Goulding, Labrinth, and Ed Sheeran. I chose that song as the last single because it is so special not only to me because I knew with this song I will choose my new direction as an artist, but also to you because hopefully this will shake up the music industry a little bit.
I urge you to also check out the full version, not only the Radio Edit.
Like James Blunt? Know the feeling of being attached to someone it hurts? Ok, I admit that might be a bit of a clichée, but in my defense, it’s true.
Addicted is a lonely piano/vocal song I wrote on a foggy saturyday afternoon two and a half months ago. I was sitting in front of my keyboard and it just came out of me like a burst of water from the tap. As long as I was sitting there and not turning the water off, I was writing and singing and creating this James Blunt meets Colin Hay piece of art.
It’s very stripped down to just a piano and vocals, but I’m sure you will feel what I’ve felt writing it.
No, of course not the real Justin Timberlake, but his independent equivalent. I told you that I will be releasing 3 songs in 3 consecutive weeks, and this is the first single called Jump Through Fire.
Writing this song released an inner satisfaction I have never felt before. It’s one of those songs you can hear once or 13 times and you always feel the same emotions. Feeling attracted to someone who has robbed you of your happiness time after time. You just can’t let go, somehow this person still holds all the power over you.
If you want to know how that feels and like Justin Timberlake with an indie vibe, have a listen to Jump Through Fire.