Nic Jeffrey takes a step in a new and exciting direction though with his latest single, “Goodbye”. Combining elements of indie-pop, infused with electropop and EDM, the song is both chilled and upbeat at the same time – making it perfect for a Friday night party, a calm Sunday afternoon drive, or even a mid-week pick-me-up.
More info about “Goodbye”
As the name suggests, the song is about a failing relationship and the need to walk away from it, summed up by the chorus lines: “nobody can save us, time to get out”. However, whilst the meaning behind “Goodbye” is disheartening Nic contrasts this against eclectic guitars, energized vocals, and a vibey EDM beat, creating a juxtaposition which is unexpected, yet fitting.
With this, Nic conveys the happy-sad moments of a goodbye – saying goodbye to someone you once loved may be a heart-breaking moment, but it can also sometimes be the best thing you could do for yourself. “Goodbyes” are never easy, but they can bring with them new beginnings, new experiences, and new adventures which you never thought possible before.
Watch the video for “Goodbye” below:
You can buy /stream “Goodbye” HERE.
More info about Nic Jeffrey
Since moving to Cape Town in 2018, Nic Jeffrey has grown considerably as a musician. Originally from Johannesburg, the multi-instrumentalist spent his first few years here in Cape Town as singer and guitarist for the band, PHLO. From 2018 to 2020,
Nic spent time writing songs for PHLO, performing in some of the biggest venues across Cape Town and Stellenbosch, and experiencing various successes in the music industry – like radio play and hundreds of thousands of streams – all leading to Nic developing an even greater passion for music.
With his music influenced by international artists, like that of Coldplay and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, as well as local South African musicians like Matthew Mole, Nic’s sound provides listeners with an eclectic mix of catchy pop hooks, lively rock flavours and fresh elements of indie-folk.
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