- 31 Dec 21
"The song is basically about a summer romance which is eclipsed by drug use", GOLD!E BRON$ON says about his new single.
Cork singer-songwriter GOLD!E BRON$ON has released a new single with Daniel O Connor described as a mix of "bedroom pop, lofi pop and jazz."
On his sixth release of the year, the artist discusses Summer relationships over a track produced by Daniel Duffy.
"The song is basically about a summer romance which is eclipsed by drug use", says BRON$ON.
"Pretty much a superficial teenage relationship where both people still have a lot to learn about the world."
You may recognise GOLD!E BROB$ON from his appearance on the Hot Press Y&E series earlier this year.
The artist known originally as Sean Sutton played many fine songs, with a highlight of the set, 'Dial', described as a perfect opener.
"Goldie's trademark raw voice paired with emotionally charged lyrics set the perfect scene - not to mention Parsons' strings adding to the track's melancholy mood," Hot Press reported.
"Next up came an unreleased acoustic song, titled 'If I Ruled The World'. An uplifting tune, Goldie follows his second offering with an impressive cover of Daniel Caeser's hit song 'Best Part', featuring H.E.R. Delivering another unreleased single in the form of poignant track 'Pictures', Goldie sounds at his best for the performance."
Watch the music video for GOLD!E BRON$ON's new single with Daniel O Connor below.