Energetic, epic, and unapologetic – that's what you can expect from John Roberts' latest single, "Nothin for Something." This synthpop gem arrives on the music scene with a bang, bringing a refreshing twist to the genre. You might recognize John Roberts from his role as "Linda Belcher" in the beloved animated series "Bob's Burgers." But his talents extend far beyond voice acting. Produced by Junior Sanchez, who's worked with the likes of Katy Perry and Felix Da Housecat, "Nothin for Something" is a thrilling fusion of glam rock and synthpop. In John's own words, it's an empowerment song, born from the experiences of a toxic relationship. The track is enriched by an '80s-inspired guitar solo by Fuzz Sangiovanni, adding an electrifying dimension to the music. Accompanying the single is a music video directed by Cody Critcheloe, known for his work with Yeah Yeah Yeahs. The video transforms John Roberts' music into a theatrical and cinematic spectacle, blending drama with the surreal, creating an unforgettable visual experience. John Roberts has been on the rise, collaborating with renowned artists like Beth Ditto and Debbie Harry. His previous single even reached The Mediabase Top 40 Activator Chart, indicating his growing influence in the music industry. With "Nothin for Something," John Roberts continues to prove his versatility as an artist and his ability to captivate audiences with his unique blend of synth meets electro pop. This is an anthem for anyone who's ever needed a boost of empowerment and a soundtrack for moving on. Listen below.
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