There’s nothing’s quite as good as a well-produced synth pop track to soundtrack the first days of spring, is there? Leave it to Norwegian R&B artist LØVER to do exactly that. His fresh new track ‘Lonely Now’ is a staggering 80s inspired pop track which the describes the feeling of being lonely in someone’s company.
‘Lonely Now’ follows LØVER’s impressive debut from last year when he released ‘Look What I Got’ and ‘Trick of the Light’ to much acclaim, and proves to be yet another example of his ability to make icy, pop-leaning R&B tunes. Produced by Brady Daniel-Smith from Anna of the North, the track is packed with sophisticated, yet nostalgic synth instrumentals that suits Løver’s smooth falsetto.
Of the track, he said: “It’s easy to think that being lonely is about physical space, but it’s almost the opposite. I’d rather be crossing the Atlantic in a kayak than laying next to someone who doesn’t see me.”
Truer words have never been spoken. Tune in to ‘Lonely Now’ below: