|New alternative artist Kubrick has released his new single, ‘Waved’. |
Stream ‘Waved’ here: https://ditto.fm/waved-kubrick
Watch the lyric video here: https://youtu.be/gl3vQkbDs0Q
‘Waved’ is Kubrick‘s metalcore single, his nod to and acknowledgement of his previous career in Shields. The track was initially intended to be a transitional single for Shields, revealing Kubrick as the band’s new frontman; however the band disbanded before the song was ever released.
Now, several years on, the song has received a new lease of life – all guitars and vocals re-recorded and with a new mix by George Lever.
Kubrick will be playing his debut live show at London’s Underworld on 23rd April with TheCityIsOurs. Tickets available here. ‘Waved’ follows previous singles ‘Mannequin‘, ‘Painfall‘ and ‘Devastate‘, which have gathered over 100,000 streams already.
Kubrick has been performing and composing his music in various guises for over a decade. A child of two opera singers, and grandson of the globally-famous film director that bears his name, Kubrick was constantly surrounded by creative influences.
Kubrick‘s favourite artists and composers are those who created music depicting their experiences of pain and loss, as well as horror and sci-fi soundtracks. Kubrick himself is no stranger to tragedy, losing his mother at a young age and subsequently his close friend and fellow bandmember in Shields.
“Whilst the trauma of these losses is something I wish I could erase,” states Kubrick, “the perspective I gained from those experiences helped me leaps and bounds in my ability to empathise with others. As well as lay a foundation for the type of music I now enjoy to create”.
Kubrick strives to release the most authentic and unforgivingly personal songs which his audience can also interpret in a multitude of ways. Driving his sound is his unique cocktail of growling guitars and cinematic synthesisers which blend seamlessly with his multi-varied vocal styles. Elements of artists as varied as Bring Me The Horizon, Billie Eilish, The Weeknd, and Linkin Park all can be heard from this truly talented new force.
As Kubrick emphasises, “I don’t think I will ever just stick to one “sound” or “genre” as my taste is continually evolving. My songwriting will never be dictated by what people want to hear, or what’s trending at any particular point. The plan is just to be unforgivably myself.”
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