Emerging pop artist SJ Talbot unleashes second single ‘Easy for Me’
Sleek, passionate and soulful – those are three words to describe SJ Talbot’s second single ‘Easy for Me’.
Bathed in maturity yet youthful dance-pop energy, this intelligent number showcases SJ’s future career is going to be listening.
Based in Dublin, Ireland, the songwriter developed the track with Dublin-based producer GEF (Geoff O’Connor) via weekly Zoom meetings, beginning in January. The pair still haven’t met in person which will come at a surprise, but you can’t tell on the single – the chemistry is real.
On the release, SJ states, “The melody came first. It started out actually being quite a sad song. But then I thought, ‘You know what? This melody is really bright. I wanted to write a pop song you could dance to, but something that’s really soulful and heartfelt too. I love soul music, and I also love pop.
This song is about a relationship where you both know it’s not going to work out. But it’s comfortable to keep going back to that person because it’s familiar.”
Influenced by the likes of Dua Lipa, Nile Rodgers and La Roux, ‘Easy for Me’ is natural and sounds like it was born to be in today’s mainstream charts.
Telling the tale of resisting the bad habits and going back to what you’re comfortable with, ‘Easy for Me’ exclaims to step out of your comfort zone now and then, it could be the best thing you ever do.
Out worldwide tomorrow, this enchanting single deserves the limelight. Electro-pop with a synth-based dance arrangement, ‘Easy for Me’ is a breath of fresh air.