- 30 Mar 23
The producer finds inspiration in the classic but also futuristic sound of artists like King Gizzard, Alfie Templeman, Oscar Lang and Tame Impala.
Psych-pop bedroom producer Lemonade Shoelace shared his second single 'I Think My Heart Is Set On You' today. The track marks the producer's last release before the drop of his upcoming debut EP Do Whatever Makes You Happy, due for release on April 28th.
With the song's dreamy psych-pop sound, the musician transports listeners to the moon and beyond. Themes turn to isolation and love on his latest track, broadening the emotional scope of his releases. Lemonade Shoelace fuses rocky riffs with a backbone of house and dance rhythms by merging the conventional and the experimental.
"'I Think My Heart Is Set On You' is a song about realising that the love and appreciation that you have for someone is much more apparent when distance and separation becomes involved. It also touches on the indecisiveness that can happen in relationships, but ultimately time and solitude will be the measure which decides how you truly feel towards that person," the producer says.
Listen to Lemonade Shoelace's 'I Think My Heart Is Set On You' below:
Lemonade Shoelace further said that the song was produced over lockdown "at a point when my partner had gone to stay with her parents after spending all of her time with me and my family. I already knew that my heart was set on her, but I was left to deal with these new feelings of detachment and separation that led me to dwell on how much she truly means to me. I could think of nothing that I’d rather do than was to be with that person."
"I was alone with the thoughts and memories of her, and an anticipation for what the future could bring. In that moment, this song was born, and my heart’s path had a clear and narrow focus that I would never let time get in the way of," he continued.
The young artist has previously been lauded by VANS and Gibson, championed by Yungblud and Denzel Curry, and supported by the BBC, Sirius XM, and KEXP and now continues to deliver on the technicolour promises of his previous work 'Hopscotch In The Sky'.