UK singer/songwriter Joe Hicks captures the madness of romance in its honeymoon phase in his single “Burning.” Built on an intricate production of folk, funk, and pop, “Burning” conveys the soothing and drunken euphoria that someone can inject into us – to an intoxicating extent. Despite the madness, “Burning” is an exhilarating melody that captures the blissful seclusion couples indulge in their initial stages:
In regards to his new single, the singer explained, “‘Burning’ is about that addiction you get to someone, especially in the early stages of a relationship, where everything else in your life becomes almost non-existent for a while. It’s like when you both call in sick to work so you can just stay in bed together all day. Completely blind, lustful, glorious self destruction.”
Originally from Newbury, Berkshire, Joe Hicks started out by playing guitars in numerous projects before embarking a solo trajectory. His third single “Talk to Me” landed various playlist spots around the globe across Spotify and SoundCloud.
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