Space Review: Heckyl – “Bubblegum”
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Introducing today another incredible talent based in the UK: Luke Potter aka “Heckyl”.
Singer, songwriter, and producer, this artist is able to make some sick and remarkable tunes. The main style of his music is a modern pop vibe but it gets a unique style thanks to Heckyl’s voice and his ability to make astonishing vocal melodies!
Heckyl released a total of 5 releases this year, varying the genre of the tracks but keeping his style which is easily recognizable. He also released many other tracks and produced tunes for other artists gaining roughly 25millions streams.
His latest release is “Bubblegum” released less than 2 months ago: a powerful pop production with gloomy and melancholic vibes. It’s a song about the uselessness of a one-sided relationship that gives you nothing, when people are used to getting their feelings hurt, and how difficult it can be to find love.
The song starts with a lead melody played by an ethereal sound which should be Heckyl’s voice edited in the production phase; follows straight away the verse with his voice singing along bass and some wide vocal fx. Vocal harmonies fulfill the verse, and some fx open up to a powerful chorus. We liked the stylistic production choice, starting soft and releasing everything in the chorus. The drums are extraordinary and make the chorus big and wide, and the sound quality is incredibly pleasant.
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