Phil Good’s “Be Somebody” Is Slick Indie Pop For Your Identity Crisis

Danceable, but also crisis-able

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LA-based artist Phil Good carves a smooth and exhilarating indie pop territory for you to settle with his latest single “Be Somebody” where he speaks to our personal identity crisis to be more than just side players in life. Despite the existential theme, the track is one hella groovy pop piece that incorporates the breeziness of du jour synthpop and arrhythmic flavor of indietronica. Stream below:

Originally from Portland, Phil Good has worked with other mainstream artists including Cheat Codes, Lauv, Carlie Hanson, CADE, and many others. He first broke into the scene as solo artist at the end of 2016 with his debut single “Sleeping In.” Since then, he has amassed milliions of streams and gained buzz across the media. Recently signed to Pulse Recordings, Phil will be releasing more singles in the upcoming months.