Leeds artist JWestern, aka John Gooding, faces the insecurities found in a relationship in his latest single “Call You Right Now.” Built on a pastel canvass of smeared and airy beats, JWestern blends elements of neo-soul and hip-hop together into a woozy sound. The rhythmic motion of the track resonates the way our mind tend to shuffle through all the pros and cons before finally accepting the cracks of a relationship. Enjoy:
On the single, JWestern shared:
“At the time of writing the track I was going through quite a bad patch in a relationship that I knew my heart wasn’t fully in, but I didn’t know how to express how I was feeling, so lyrically the song really became my outlet. I remember lying in bed and pretty much writing all the lyrics in one night, with the chords going round and round in my head; it felt like everything had been building up in my mind for so long that it all just needed to be let out.
It’s me trying to come to terms with the insecurities and indecisiveness I felt within the relationship and whether the decisions I was making were the right ones. I wasn’t sure what I fully wanted but I knew I needed to give myself time and space away from everything and anything.”
“Call You Right Now” is out now via Heist or Hit.
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