Adelaide artist, Reuben Gore, has started to produce music as a solo musician with his debut release, Live Your Life. Gore is known for being the front man and writer for his band Sencha throughout his high school years. Over the past two years, Gore has been extensively writing for his solo project with Live Your Life the first of many tracks to be released in 2016. His debut single was solely recorded in the spare room in his Adelaide Hills home.
Dark indie pop with a difference is what you can expect from Live Your Life, which draws on inspiration from The Verve, Radiohead and early Coldplay. With elements of post-British pop with energetic, cruisy drums and twangy, guitar riffs, the track is a striking display of the Adelaide artist. Live Your Life lyrically explores the idea of narcissism, the desire to compete and be better than others and the inability to be in the moment. Accompanying the track is an edgy, dark music video which helps visually express Gore’s concept of narcissism.
Gore says of the track, “I like the fact that Live Your Life is almost dance compatible,” sharing that he has someone working on a remix of the track to be more fitting for the dancefloor. Gore hopes to have a big 2016, with several versatile tracks to be released this year, we cannot wait to hear what he has up his sleeve!
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Header Image via Reuben Gore
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