Titus Bank Finds A Healthy Balance With Self-Betterment In “I Do Yeah”


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Vancouver-based artist Titus Bank has dropped a new playful single titled “I Do Yeah” where he pursues self-betterment while dismissing the external pressures. Titus toys with minimalistic, guitar chords to craft a simple pop melody with acoustic flair that allows his flawless high pitch be the main source of quirkiness. The track comes with a video directed by Zachary Vague where we get to see Titus in various color-popping setting:

Speaking of the influence behind the track, he shared: “When we initially wrote it, the idea was about trying to better yourself as a person, and proving everyone who doubts you wrong, but when we wrote the bridge, it also became about letting go of expectations to be this perfect person. It’s a tug-of-war between self-betterment and letting go of social pressure.”