With bold, powerful synths and a sugary bubblegum hook, Bryce’s new single is a club-ready ode to romanticising the past, even when it wasn’t as bright as it seemed.
«I thought ‘Nostalgic’ was going to be about an ex-boyfriend I’ve never really gotten over», says Bryce to LGBTQ Music Chart.
«But once I started writing, I realised those feelings of longing were not for him, but for a time in my life when things were simple. I was young, dumb, and having so much fun making reckless decisions with my friends. So the song became about missing the past, but realising I’m in a much healthier, positive place now».
«Nostalgic» is available now for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and Soundcloud and you can buy at iTunes. Bryce’s latest single is one of many hits he describes as HomoPop. The HomoPop mission is to deliver unabashedly gay narratives to mainstream pop music.
Bryce’s «Nostalgic» are one of this weeks challengers – you can vote it into LGBTQ Music Chart here.
«Agony» is the latest addition to his catalogue that explores the duality of the highs of love vs the dark realities of heartbreak. Never one to shy away from the absurd, Dean intentionally designed all imagery around the single to draw attention to the colourful and «picturesque» moments captured but with hints of decay and rot seeping in background, such as insects appearing on his face and hands.