We review the new single from Underwater Sun – Tears for Souvenirs
Emerging Birmingham based singer-songwriter and producer UnderwaterSun reveals DIY bedroom pop single ‘Tears for Souvenirs’.
The enchanting sophomore single follows in the footsteps of the enchanting debut ‘Girl I Never Knew’. Adding in his distinctive British vocals to create an early noughties attire, the lo-fi effect within the introduction will instantly steal your heart and never let it go away.
Telling the tale of an intimate letter of optimism to your younger self talking about the pain and insecurities of growing up and learning to accept it, this relatable offering is exactly what all wish we could do. Telling your younger self that things do get easier is something that would always be at the top of our bucket lists if it was possible.
A gentle coming-of-age track that would sit beautifully in your favourite self-discovery movie, the track was one of the first ones that Harry Aidan Sampson (the mind behind the project) ever wrote back in Summer 2019.
An artist that could easily find himself on the same lineups as Rex Orange County, Dayglow, Still Woozy and Peach Pit, this artist will make you proud to be British.