Hush Bewlay Urges You To ‘Bring It Down’

Sometimes life gets hard, and sometimes moving forward can be very difficult, yet that doesn’t mean you don’t have to make an effort. Hush Bewlay has taken it upon himself to give hope to the broken through his latest release.

“Bring it down” is a synth-rock pop that conjures the classic sounds of Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, the Cure and others, while remaining firmly in the modern era. Bring it down is a single follow-up to the synth-inspired “I’m A Stranger Here Myself” from last year.

It is imperative to keep fighting in other to strive in this sickening world, one way or the other we all face setbacks that can discourage us even when we pretend everything is alright.

Yet Hush Bewlay reaffirms that problems don’t stay forever, and just like it came it would leave. Bring it down is a mix of digital and live instruments which was produced by no other by Hush Bewlay.

The track sounds invoke waking up in the deep night, with eyes to the hope of the morning. But you can dance to it.

“Bring It Down” is a song about dealing with the ‘monsters’ in our relationships and lives in general, couched in a lush mix of digital swirls and live guitar and bass

The song would officially be released on 24th February, but while you wait check out his catalogue

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