Writing, performing, producing and mixing, Austin-based Sloan Struble is the sole driving force behind this project. With a dreamy, vintage pop sound, influenced by the likes of Whitney Houston, Patti LaBelle and Michael McDonald, he self-released his debut album “Fuzzybrain” in 2019, which he recorded in his bedroom the year before. His first radio hit “Can I Call You Tonight” went viral in 2020.
As prescribed by a physician of song, his new single crosses the barrier between late 70s disco and early 80s euphoric pop. Taken from the sonic sitcom that is his new album “Harmony House”, it fuses bouncy percussion, lively keys and a dash of vitality to create a sparkling serum. Singing about dealing with change and realizing that change is ok, this jam is rich in aural medicinal properties.