Luke Wylde and Rhea Robertson team up on blues-flecked single ‘Save Yourself’. Effervescent vocal melodies meet brooding, groove-laden production; with Robertson showing her ability to craft a well written piece of alt-pop.
“The song explains the thought process when you’re down and out, when you stop pretending you’re ok, when you allow yourself to feel exactly how you’re feeling because it’s the only way to truly save yourself.” – Rhea
“’Save Yourself’ is about embracing the demons that haunt you. I been battling addiction and anxiety issues for my whole life and to overcome that, you shouldn’t think you are in a sinking hole of disaster. Rather, you realize you are right where you should be and be at ease with your flaws – even use them to your advantage, because after all, they are a part of what makes you, you.” – Luke