LA-based artist Bronze Avery is a pop name you need to be following.
He’s built a steady fanbase that is likely going to be accelerated by this pristine new cut Never Be You.
With its ’80s-tinged production, the song sits somewhere between Carly Rae Jepsen’s more sombre work and Years & Years’ springier moments.
It’s a statement of independence and a goodbye to his old self as well as a very subtle dig at a few people from the past.
“It’s a song about independence,” he said.
“It’s about being having incredible hindsight and being able to reject things that aren’t good for you anymore.”