On the surface, this release from LA-based talent Jon Lucy comes across as a playful take on electronic pop; but listen to the words carefully and you’ll begin to realise that there’s a deeper message that gives the song a whole new perspective.
“This song is about communicating with the dead – specifically how foolish and silly that can feel while simultaneously feeling like the most profound experience. It’s a fragmented representation of something I felt every time I drove past the place in Vermont where my partner passed away – a lot of confusion and attempts at acceptance tied together by a manic energy that keeps pushing forward for self preservation.”
A track that shows two very contrasting styles of pop working together seamlessly from LA-based artist and producer Jon Lucy.
While the verses carry an essence of stripped-back rawness, the chorus sections change gears suddenly with a bursts of intense passion and energy.
“I wrote this song about a difficult trip I took to Scotland to visit a partner I was in a long-distance relationship with. It’s a story of an unhealthy relationship at the moment it reaches its breaking point, living in the painful first steps of reclaiming independence from someone you’ve learned to distrust but still love.”
Taken from the upcoming EP ‘Getting Over It’ which is out on 12th February 2021.