Delaware-based emerging artist Joshua Speers crafts a rock sound that captures the dreamy bliss and high sensation we get from roadtrips. There is something cathartic and freeing in his melodic style that also showcases subtle undertones of edginess. His debut video “Bad Night,” directed by Fraser Jones, shows Joshua in Calhoun Motocross outside of Atlanta where he lets us soak on the liberating feeling of speed. Watch:
“‘Bad Night’ is about embracing anxiety and fear in order to overcome that darkness. It’s a loud, windows-down response to my demons–daring them to bring me down.” shared Joshua.
Produced by Lars Stalfors (St. Vincent, Lil Peep) and Andy Seltzer, “Bad Night” is a taste of what Joshua has in store for us in 2019 – he’s a must on your Music Stalk List.
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