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A Talk With SC.Undercover

Sc.undercover is an artist from Walsall, England that has been honing his skills for quite some time now providing exceptional tracks throughout his musical career, He started making music around his mid-teens and hasn’t stopped, music has helped SC.undercover in many ways it also has been a form of escapism when he was growing up. Sc.undercover has always consistently been releasing tracks and his newest one “ Morals” is definitely worth a listen.

“ Morals” has such a groovy beat that anyone can just vibe to. It describes regrets from the past, love and mental health. It’s one of many hits that SC.undercover has made so make sure to check out all his tracks.

We talked with Sc.undercover to know a little more about this upcoming artist.

Q. What’s your name and where are you from?

A. I go by the name of SC.Undercover, I was born in Walsall England.

Q. What inspired you into making music?

A. Music was really a form of escapism when I was growing up, I've been making music ever since my mid teens.

Q. How did you come up with your song title?

A. Morals as a name really suited the track and was short and concise which is what I think this song is.

Q.What was your inspiration behind the title?

A. The inspiration actually comes from the previous single Darkness Before Light which is directly connected with two accompanying visuals filmed in different cities. The song has continuing themes and explores regret from the past, love and mental health, it looks at a character that relies on substance abuse to cover up the internal pain whilst seeking closure in a new world.

Q. What’s the biggest problem as a musician you’ve had to overcome?

A. There's been so many people doubting your success, thinking you're crazy, not believing in you, being constantly rejected, having little money, no social life, trying to work a job to fund your career. It's been the hardest thing ever but I wouldn't change a thing

Q. What do you enjoy most about being a musician? What do you hate most?

A. It has to be the fans, people that actually listen and support you and know your songs is the greatest feeling in the world, it makes everything worth it.I think the hardest part has to be the road from literally nothing to where you want to be

Q. If you weren’t working as a musician, what do you think you would be doing right now ?

A.I honestly don't know I'm not academic at all so probably something illegal

Q. Who are your biggest inspirations?

A. Prince, David Bowie and probably George Michael. Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr were fucking studs too, true showmen. I respect and admire all those guys.

Q.If you had the chance to collaborate with anyone who would it be and why?

A. I would probably say Bowie because he was such a gifted creative if we're talking past artists, modern day it would have to be Kendrick or Billie because they are dope and no one else is like them.

Q. Do you have a job? If you do, how do you balance your work life with your music?

A. Right now I do, I work 12 hour days and barely get a chance to do anything but work and focus on music, I'm okay with it because I know what I'm working towards, so I'm grateful for everything

Q. What’s your motto or the advice you live by?

A. Give it your fucking all, fight until the very end for what you want because we get one shot in this life. If it works great, if you reach the end and never make it then you've done everything possible to get there.

Q. For our readers who have never heard your music, explain your sound in 5 words!

A. Real relatable, entertaining, fun, sad

Q. What’s your favorite thing to do when u aren’t writing/ producing / playing etc?

A. I like to spend time in the sun with away from the city and people it's helps me refocus and find peace

Q. Any special shoutouts!!

A. I want to say a massive thank you to platforms like this that support upcoming artists, you make a huge difference and I appreciate and love you for it.






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