Melbourne based musician, Haemish, has written and produced a bedroom pop scorcher that twists and turns with lyricism all about technology distracting us from being present.
Many sixteen year olds aren’t worried about releasing music and what technology is doing to us, but the young creative is ahead of his time having spent the last year honing in on his craft and expanding his musical knowledge.
Having been influenced by the likes of Billie Eilish and Dominic Fike, Haemish has been able to create a mixture of lofi/alternative pop with a twist of open lyricism about relationships, feelings and death.
The new effort is unique and personal to the talented artist, but it’s also clear that he’s created an original sound, a sound that has taken a lot of time experimenting with.
The blend of his signature beats and laid back vocals mixed in with the bedroom-pop atmospheric feel has many wondering, what’s next in store for the artist?
Speaking on the track, Haemish says:
“Rose Gold is a song I wrote in practically one day. Every idea and word put into it just flowed off the top of my head. The song is about feeling trapped in a world controlled by phones. I feel like every single social interaction that we have these days is hindered by the presence of phones. They distract us from who and what is around us. We are all addicted to our screens, and it’s sad.”