Needshes hits all the spots on new powerhouse single ‘I Hate You (Version 2023)’.
Needshes ‘I Hate You’ (Version 2023)
Needshes new single ‘I Hate You (Version 2023)’ houses a vibrant, explosive sense of self that draws you in from the first chord. Its punchy, power-pop structure atop a sparky rock base is infectious, colourful and a must-listen.
After garnering critical acclaim and opening for major acts like ‘You Me At Six’ Needshes has added another brilliant track to his already eclectic array of music, showing off his clever and emotive lyricism. Evoking an ecstatically guttural reaction from the listener, this 2023 version of ‘I Hate You’ is effortlessly charismatic. It explores negative emotions with tact and charm, speaking for all those harbouring similar feelings.
Passionate at heart, there’s a strong foundation to this track that pairs modern production value with old-school sensibilities. Raw and effortlessly catchy, Needshes has succeeded in crafting a wholly unique sound in the vast world of pop-rock. The crunchy guitars and shotgun snares envelop the track perfectly, leaving a sonic palette that’s both new and familiar in all the right ways. A powerful vocal presence over early 2000’s rock instrumentation – what more could you want?
A slight touch of The Kinks meets The Killers, this track aches to be played in a stadium. Its strength lies in its authenticity, a quality it has in abundance. There’s no room for sentimentality or nostalgia on this track which makes it certain it never loses sight of itself. It’s unapologetically itself making it all the more engaging.
“Drenched in addictive hooks and a powerful vocal performance, this 2023 version of ‘I Hate You’ is sure to stand out as one of Needshes strongest tracks. “
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Words Ciarán Coleman