LA-based artist Hush Bewlay has just released his latest single, “Bring It Down”, the follow up to his synth-fueled EP I’m a Stranger Here Myself. The new single takes inspiration from bands like Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, and The Cure, but with a modern and unique take on the style. “Bring It Down” is about confronting one’s problems, in all different aspects of life.
“”Bring It Down” is a song about dealing with the ‘monsters’ in our relationships and lives in general, couched in a lush mix of digital swirls and live guitar and bass,” says the artist. “This track is a punchy, danceable synth track with modern indie pop and classic CBGB roots.“
Featuring new wave and post-punk vibes, “Bring It Down” immediately captivates with deep vocals and melodic synths. While it’s hard to ignore the danceability of the song – and this will definitely get you moving – there’s also a melancholy feel to the sound, which only adds to the appeal. The chorus itself is catchy enough to have listeners singing along, and want to play the song on repeat after it suddenly ends. This is a much-needed return to a retro sound, but given new life for 2023.
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