Following a prolific 2023, Australian dark-pop artist Oliver Cronin has today kickstarted a massive year ahead with his energetic and dynamic new single Hello Goodbye.
Here’s the blurb with more:
Taken from his to-be-announced debut album, Hello Goodbye hears the Sydney based artist reflecting on the complexities of being stuck in a toxic relationship within a brooding and electric production soaked in dark and hard-hitting synths, beats and guitars. It follows the release of the hypnotic “Speed Bump”, the tropical-pop collaboration ‘I Need You’ with Lil Xxel, and the summer anthem ‘1,2,3’ with Topic last year which have all highlighted a well-crafted sound and an excitement to experiment.
“Hello Goodbye” is the first song I linked with Nick and Skimmy on in LA. They saw something in me in that session that I hadn’t seen in myself. It’s a song that is sonically in this early 00’s alt pop space that I never would have thought of making if I hadn’t linked up with them. In the same room we wrote “Hello Goodbye”, the guys wrote “The Nights” with Avicii. We talked about creating something like that track that became a timeless record, and capture the feeling that song gives you. Nick and skimmy ended up playing a pivotal part in the album, so this track was the start of that journey together.” Oliver says of the creative process of the song.