Listen: BRUNSWICK shares the huge, swaggering ‘Nevermine’

BRUNSWICK shares the huge, swaggering ‘Nevermine’

The newcomer’s second track is playing first on DIY.

With debut single ‘Know No Better’, newcomer BRUNSWICK channelled the flexible, smooth bars of Drake into something incredibly club-friendly.

Its follow-up, second track ‘Nevermine’, is playing first on DIY today, and sees BRUNSWICK changing his tune almost totally. It even starts with an acoustic guitar.

The track folds out into something altogether bigger though, channelling the swagger and confidence of The Stone Roses and Happy Mondays.

Speaking about the track in an email, the singer says: “This track is about momentarily falling in love with someone that was never going to be yours to begin with.  It’s about hoping for something that will never come, and watching it all fall apart in front of your eyes.”

Listen to ‘Nevermine’ below.

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