Kid Brunswick has today shared his new single ‘Heaven Without You’ via Believe. It follows ‘Blow’, released earlier this year and is the second track to be taken from his upcoming EP ‘The Fall: Part 1’, due for release later this year.
‘Heaven Without You’ perfectly encapsulates his sound with the frenetic intensity of rock and the wild creativity of hip-hop. The track documents a toxic relationship, and in Kid Brunswick’s words is a “dark song people can connect to.”
Kid Brunswick talks more about the track –
“A song about heartbreak, loss, melancholic suicidal ideation. This song took 6 years to write & finish. The vocal chant was the only thing I kept from the original demo. The whole song was rewritten after I had to remove a very toxic, abusive person from my life. I used the lasting effect from that short time period with them as a subject for the lyrics in this song.”
‘The Fall: Part 1’ is the start of a new era for west London-based Kid Brunswick. A sound representative of the artist he sees himself as in 2023, daring, ambitious and imaginative with its mix of trap beats, spiky riffs, sonic experimentation and razor-sharp melodic hooks. His worldview was shaped by teen years listening to both Nirvana and Linkin Park as well as hip-hop trailblazers PartyNextDoor and Majid Jordan from the OVO Sound scene in Canada. Brunswick’s sonic vision imagines a place where hip-hop and rock are perfectly intertwined.
Kid Brunswick has announced his first headline show of 2023. He will be playing Omeara in London on Monday 22nd May. Tickets will be available from his website Friday 21st at 10am – www.welcometothefall.com. With further live dates and more to come this year, Kid Brunswick is set to cement his reputation as one of the most vital new forces in the UK music scene.