In the same vein as the likes of Rex Orange County, Tim Atlas and Boy Pablo, the emerging Australian songwriter Haemish is sharing his own take on the lofi bedroom pop style.
In new single ‘Rose Gold’, Haemish’s passive vocal melodically sings over ticking beats and minimalist guitar. This mellow recording offers the listener a chance to unwind while contemplating how much time we really end up spending on our phones.
Who knows, maybe you’re reading this on your phone right now…
“Rose Gold is a song I wrote in practically one day. Every idea and word put into it just flowed off the top of my head. The song is about feeling trapped in a world controlled by phones. I feel like every single social interaction that we have these days is hindered by the presence of phones. They distract us from who and what is around us. We are all addicted to our screens, and it’s sad.” – Haemish
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