Australian singer and producer Joel Sammut is again with model new single, “Bother”, which explores the complexities of dangerous love with a fab various rock sound. The observe includes a cool, sultry beat that ties every verse collectively and underscores the stark distinction of feelings that include falling in love with somebody.
Produced in just below two days, “Bother” is made up of experimental guitar sounds and swappable hip-hop beats that pay homage to Sammut’s old-school hip-hop influences, reminiscent of Beastie Boys and Slick Rick, whereas s impressed by 90s grunge. and early 80s/90s impressed hip-hop.
The only’s lyrics are always juxtaposed with varied repetitive tones and sentiments, reflecting the theme of intertwined love and bother. The primary verse repeats “I am going to have a love like this, dance and have a coronary heart assault” twice, expressing the eagerness and depth of falling in love. The refrain then modifications sentiment, conveying a mysterious dialog between two associates, “Oh yeah, geez, do you suppose that is dangerous, Bother man.”
Sammut’s distinctive mix of pop, rock and digital parts creates a timeless, contemporary sound that has been in comparison with surf-rock singer Mac Demarco. His music typically comprises quick however emotionally charged sentiments, reflecting his progress as a collaborative artist and producer.
‘Bother’ is the most recent addition to Sammut’s rising discography, which incorporates tracks reminiscent of ‘Bleeding Man’, a heartbreaking exploration of heartbreak, and ‘Residence Ghost’, a mirrored image of emotions of being misplaced and caught. at residence in the course of the pandemic.
Joel Sammut hails from Sydney however is now primarily based in Byron Bay, the place he continues to form his sound and evolve his music.