Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Memoryy - Turning The Page

Albuquerque resident and synth-pop maestro Shaun Hettinger, aka Memoryy is having a pretty extroidinary year so far. Already he has written the theme song for Chelsea Handler's new talk show on Netflix, released a cover of Blue Oyster Cult's cowbell classic "Don't Fear The Reaper" and even has found time to produce a few stellar remixes for the likes of Troy and Paperwhite. Now following his previous single, "Out Of The Dark", Memoryy returns to share his latest single called "Turning The Page", an 80's-influenced and hook-filled indie pop gem which soars with unyielding emotion. Co-produced in collaboration with his old band The Golden Pony and was mixed by Joe Napolitano (of Saint Motel), "Turning The Page" along with "Out Of The Dark" will be featured on Memoryy's forthcoming album Skeletons, due out later this year.

Speaking on the track, Shaun says:

"'Turning The Page' is me ruminating on the period that followed a bad break-up leading up until when I met my wife. I think it's a universal experience - you won't really get over something until you finally embrace wanting to turn the page. I wanted to write a chorus where I was singing at the height of my vocal range, completely inspired by Rick Astley's 'Never Going To Give You Up.' (Not joking!)"

Listen to "Turning The Page" below.

Premiere via Too Many Blogs.


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