Indie pop meets surf rock artist Eddie Huante who goes under the band name Learn To Forget has just shared his latest single and music video. Called "I Don't Know Anymore", the song follows his musical debut "Half a Person" shared in October.
With "I Don't Know Anymore", Learn To Forget crafts a modern surf rock jam that also takes influence from nostalgic 50's artists including Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens. The track features melodic bright guitar riffs and punchy basslines. Learn To Forget's deamy vocals sing anthemic melodies for a breezy and delightful listen. The song is an autobiographical narrative about dealing with anxiety, self doubt and uncertainty. Lyrics including "something ain't right with how the stars are aligned / back here again in this awful place," show just how deep this nervousness runs. The track's darker narrative contrasts with the sunshine-drenched musical landscape making for a unique listen. The accompanying music video is a garage rock performance video cut with lofi shots of a neighborhood cat and sunset rich city skylines for a fun watch.
"I Don't Know Anymore" is the second single off of Learn To Forget's debut EP. The track is a strong original song debut for the rising artist. Check out "I Don't Know Anymore" anymore and remember you are not alone in your struggle with anxiety.
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