Bryce Bowyn is bidding farewell to toxic relationships with his new hit single «Bye Bye».
Inspired by the likes of Giogrio Moroder and New Order (with a healthy dose of Cher campiness), «Bye Bye» is an adieu anthem. Bowyn’s latest is a high-drama, sparkling synthpop track about ending toxic relationships.
«When a person shows their true colours for the nth time, you have to take the door and slam it in their face», says Bowyn to me. «With ‘Bye Bye’, I wanted to harken back to some of those huge classic 80s dance tracks, but put my own dramatic, queer twist on it».
«Bye Bye» is available now for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and Soundcloud. Bryce Bowyn is an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and has garnered high praise from outlets such as The Art of Being Queer, the Q Review, and Culture Fix. «Bye Bye» is the second single from his upcoming EP, due out early next year.
So let my favourite Bryce and God’s favourite pop child, seduce you with his extremely catchy tune called «Bye Bye». I can promise you that, if you play it once you can’t stop playing it over and over and over again!
You know when your best friend starts dating a total whack-off and you’re just waiting for them to break up so that you can have your good sis back? whack-off and you’re just waiting for them to break up so that you can have your good sis back? That’s «IHATEHIMTOO».