Thursday, October 22, 2015

Memoryy - All My Love

After having released his tropical-sounding and joyfully upbeat single, "Feeling Sinister" this past August, Brooklyn-based synth-pop maestro Shaun Hettinger, aka Memoryy makes a welcome return with his infectious new electro-pop gem called "All My Love", which he produced himself with the help of Yeasayer collaborator Abe Seiferth.

Speaking on the track, Shaun says:

"I originally had written this chorus to pitch to Rhianna or Flo Rida (a friend was working with them at the time) and it never happened. I re-discovered it and rewrote this version, which was inspired by binge-watching both BBC's Black Mirror and MTV’s Catfish shows. So the lyrics are questioning the nature of reality. Anyways I had some production help from Yeasayer's producer Abe Seiferth and it was mixed by LA bud Luke Tozour (who got a Grammy nomination for engineering Katy Perry’s “I Kissed A Girl”.) It was nice to re-connect with both these guys - Abe produced my very first synth-pop song, Kitten Berry Crunch's 'When This Is Over', and Luke mixed my old LA synth-rock band The Squares' debut album."

Listen to "All My Love" as well as "Feeling Sinister" below and stay tuned for the single's accompanying music video coming soon.

"All My Love" is available now as a free download. Click here.

Premiere via Going Solo.

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