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In a music scene that pushes artists to feel part of just one music genre and define themselves rigidly, a reactionary movement that promotes experimentation, fluidity, and the freedom of each creative to create their own personal brand through sound is emerging. Among the best ambassadors of this essential shake, we must highlight Brisbane-based singer, writer and Platinum producer Aaron Lee, aka AIRPORTS who takes an innovative approach to his music. He’s now releasing his new single, NEED U HERE, demonstrating the songwriter's desire to speak about raw, real and personal experiences.

“Musically, I've always loved bands like Pendulum and how they blended rock with drum n bass. I'm more of a pop-punk singer and have wanted to play with the idea of that over drum n bass in a similar but fresh vein,” says the artist when asked about his exciting tastefully blending two sonic worlds. Touching on loss and everything that comes with it, the emotion-fueled track covers the loss of a loved one, as well as the loss of true self and identity, allowing listeners to connect with his lyrics on a multitude of levels.

Addressing themes with deep meaning that leave no one indifferent and taking listeners on a journey into his own self-awareness, overcoming battles such as loss and life-threatening illnesses, AIRPORTS continues to strengthen his close relationship with his fans who accompany him every step he takes by offering them something they haven't heard before. Combining punk with drum n bass and EDM, he creates a personal sound that shimmers with hifi sonics and pop sensibilities. Stay tuned because he promises to continue exploring new sonic horizons abroad in 2023!

David Alarcón
InHouse Creative Agency

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