Dempsey Bolton With His Upbeat Track "The Moon"
Upcoming artist Dempsey Bolton grew up listening to Otis Redding and Stevie Wonder while also taking interest in other areas of expression. Art that attracted his attention was often dark and tragic such as the works of painter Mark Rothko or dystopian writer Philip K. Dick. While sinking his teeth into playing and writing music, Dempsey enrolled in Astrophysics at the University of Alberta. After finishing his degree, instead of setting his sights on the stars, he started focusing more on songwriting before eventually deciding to pursue music full time. Dempsey began producing demo tracks in his home studio inspired by the likes of Jack Garratt, James Vickery, and Jordan Bratton. Currently, Dempsey is working with Trey Mills, finishing his debut album Monochrome which deals with themes of love and the media, delving deep into how TV and movies create unrealistic expectations for romantic relationships. Following the release of his newest single "The Moon," he projects a very outstanding track that will surely captivate your ears. Starting with bubbly instrumentation leading onto his sweet and full vocals he completes the track entirely. Explaining the single further it's a feel-good track that aims to deal with mental health in a way that is charismatic and accessible. Soulful harmonies, quirky background vocals, and a fat bassline drive the energy forward, setting the tone for a Mac Miller-esque production. To the vocals and production, this track will surely have your head moving. Being just perfect for a late night drive or hanging out with some friends. Go stream "The Moon" and check out his discography which is filled with astounding tracks.
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