new upbeat pop song 'cash machine' out by irish artist honas driven by pulsating synth bass
With three releases now under Honas' belt, he has enjoyed radio coverage on BBC Northern Ireland and various regional stations in Ireland. He has amassed over 800,000 total streams on Spotify, with debut single 'Wicker Blanket' landing on Spotify's Fresh Finds, and 2nd single 'Control' finding itself on Chilled Lounge - an editorial playlist with over 1M followers, and his latest single, 'Cash Machine' landing on Chilled Pop Hits.
'Cash Machine' was released on July 10th. A more upbeat offering this time, with pulsating synth bass, muted guitars, and a joyful chorus of voices, "Kill another hour, kill another day". Barry Gruff (music blogger) describes Cash Machine as a "Lush, hazy and melodic slice of infectious electro-pop; hushed heartfelt vocals purr with melody above a gushing sea of synth and glistening electronics".
"Cash Machine was written in the first year or two after finishing college. I found myself in that situation where I was doing bits of work that were essential for me to afford to live in Dublin, but ultimately none of them were what I wanted to do, they weren’t making me feel fulfilled. The jobs were energy-sapping, and made it very difficult to find motivation to do what I love, which is writing and producing music.
I started to see time flying by, with all my goals and intentions almost becoming a joke, just meaningless words that I got sick of saying to myself. You can get so far from where you want to be that you don’t even know where to start to get back there. And it’s weird, sometimes you can start seeing an almost funny side to how ridiculous that situation is." - Honas
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