Philadelphian artist Noah Richardson has been one of our favourite indie-pop discoveries of the year, and today sees this budding musician return with some more great sounds.
Lifted from his album of the same name (out now), Richardson’s new single ‘Dead To Me’ is inspired by the feelings of pure bitterness that come about from a bad relationship.
While the lyricism is raw and dark, the song’s playful production blends elements of indie with bedroom-pop in an utterly charming way, leaving listeners hooked and wanting to hear more.
“‘Dead to Me’ is just a real sarcastic, Go f*ck yourself kind of vibe. You did me wrong and I hope you pay for it. I think of Bill Murray in Groundhog Day, head up high taking on the day, not giving a damn.”