Vancouver pop act Titus Bank drops swooning love song “Radio,” delving into the awkwardness of love and breaking down the rose-tinted idea of relationships perpetuated by traditional media. With a lush production built on 80s synths and his smooth, crooning vocals, the track is an upbeat yet realistic encapsulation of love.
Rooted in a seed of inspiration, the artist has revealed the track came to life from the simple yet impactful phrase “love is only better on the radio,” from his notes app. Growing and evolving into an intimate yet expansive piece drawing from Bank’s own relationship with his now wife, harkening to awkward, clammy beginnings.
With playful vibes and a high, danceable energy balanced against an honest message about the hyper-realistic ideas on romance woven into love songs, led perfectly by his soulful and soaring vocals that manage to channel confidence and vulnerability equally.
From a kid in love with music to a rising star who consistently hones his craft, Titus Bank continues to build his talent for traditional pop with a heart of indie within his anthemic yet emotional soundscapes – “Radio” being yet another new sonic exploration for the promising talent.