Produced by his brother Joe, Australia-based artist Nick de la Hoyde has just unveiled his new single “Night Stuff”, an electro-pop piece that showcases the singer’s silky and perfectly controlled voice.
The chorus vocal and piano melodies are very catchy, and the quality of production highlights the potential of this new track from Nick de la Hoyde.
The song sees the artist offering us an introspective perspective on his faults, with some honest lyrics on how they impacted on his relationship.
Growing up in a multi-cultural home with a Syrian mother and British father, Sydney based, singer and songwriter Nick de la Hoyde was exposed to many global influences that he now weaves into his music. Melding his love of hip hop, pop and R&B with introspective lyrics that chronicles a young musician’s journey to adulthood, overcoming life and artistic challenges along the path.
Nick and his long-time producer/collaborator/older brother Joseph (ZUZU) de la Hoyde have crafted a sound that is simultaneously intimate, expansive and engaging. Having penned confessional, real life anthems, that oscillate between moody, textured R&B, anthemic synth laden future-pop and hip hop, combined with a lyrical earnestness that speaks directly to today’s younger generation.
The song is addictive, and we bet it won’t take long until you add it to your playlist.
Go listen to “Night Stuff” here: