Suede James – I Will Let You Down

Suede James - I Will Let You DownAs a music lov­er, I was excited to listen to Suede James' debut synth pop song 'I Will Let You Down'. And boy, he did not dis­ap­point! From the moment the song star­ted, I was trans­por­ted to a futur­ist­ic 70s space age scen­ario, thanks to the play­ful yet epic synths.

The vocals, which are usu­ally not my cup of tea when heav­ily affected by elec­tron­ic effects, were per­fectly adap­ted to the mood and sound of the song. It's as if the effect added anoth­er lay­er of oth­er­world­li­ness to the already sci-fi atmosphere.

But what really blew my mind was the drop after the bridge. It was so power­ful and explos­ive that I had to remind myself to turn down the volume on my head­phones. It was an incred­ible moment that made the song even more memorable.

What I appre­ci­ate about 'I Will Let You Down' is how seam­lessly it con­nects the past and present in terms of sound. It has that nos­tal­gic syn­thwave vibe but with a mod­ern twist, mak­ing it a must-listen for any­one who loves the genre. This song is part of our Spotify playl­ist ‘New Synth Pop Songs 2023‘. The playl­ist is updated con­tinu­ously. Follow this playl­ist now and don’t miss any of the latest synth pop hits in 2023.

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Suede James about 'I Will Let You Down'

Debut Single of Suede James, solo elec­tron­ic pro­ject of Producer/Songwriter Taylor Lawhon (Mating Ritual, Lizzy Land, Pacific Air).

Blending my love for 80’s synth pop and elec­tro-indus­tri­al artists (such as Depeche Mode, Skinny Puppy, the first two Ministry albums) and 2000’s French House (Vitalic, Danger, Justice) I set out to cre­ate an updated brand of ana­log dance pop that’s as listen­able as it is bold. For a cre­at­ive chal­lenge and son­ic iden­tity, my upcom­ing debut EP New Void: Part I was per­formed and recor­ded entirely with a Prophet 12 syn­thes­izer and one cus­tom made drum sample pack. I also cre­ate all my own visu­als for the pro­ject such as ward­robe, makeup and 3D anim­ated visu­al­izers. Aesthetic inspir­a­tion sim­il­arly derives from a com­bin­a­tion of past and con­tem­por­ary syn­thet­ic ideals- the retro future of the 80’s and the fri­gid­ity of mod­ern high fashion.

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