Up and coming Australian artist and producer Hauskey is back with his new single, “Go Wrong,” out now via slowplay/Republic Records.
It’s hard to envy a new artist trying to catch a break in 2021. Do you sit tight, wait it out and let it all blow over? Or crack on and try to take advantage of all this limitless downtime in a bid to find all those eager ears? Hauskey (Andy to his pals) hasn’t a clue. He doesn’t know what’s best. He’s just a bloke making music in his bedroom in Australia. Whatever you think.
We think he’s made a good decision. “Go Wrong” is his first new music since last year’s debut EP Slow landed, and it’s another delicious slice of laissez-faire, sunshine-toasted slacker pop with high emphasis on the “pop.” It’s a breeze. A cool glass of Vimto. Just the ticket.
Of “Go Wrong,” Hauskey says, “If you’ve heard my music, you’ve probably picked up an air of pessimism in my writing. Lately, some exciting stuff has been happening, but my natural tendency to expect the worst is holding me back from enjoying it. And so, we have ‘Go Wrong;’ me and my brain being unable to celebrate a win, however small, because it’s so quickly on the lookout for the next stumbling block.”