Artist info

Genre

Indie


Website

www.tynejamesorgan.com

Bio

‘Watch You Go’, a heart-wrenching and deeply personal song, is a loving tribute to his late father Rikki Organ, who tragically lost his battle with cancer and passed away in August 2016. Tyne penned many songs over the last twelve months as an emotional release for dealing with his loss and grief.

“This song means everything to me. Throughout writing, I never imagined anyone else would ever hear it. It wasn’t something that I wrote with any intent other than releasing the pain of loss I’ve felt. So for it to be out in the world feels strange and incredible at the same time.”

Matching the emotional intensity of the song with the video was important for Tyne."I wanted to allow anyone to take the song the way they want to. The indoor scenes show the raw emotion and letting it out through playing. The idea behind the rain came from symbolising emotion through water. Almost seeing a sense of emptiness when the song finishes and the rain stops. It’s all suddenly gone, just like that. From loss, to love, to everything in between. This is something that I hope people can relate to and take something from."

The twenty-two-year-old, Wollongong born, Melbourne-based, singer-songwriter, has built an adoring fanbase by consistently releasing unique and captivating cover songs from the likes of Childish Gambino, DMA’s and Chet Faker, featuring cameos from friend and collaborator Allday.

Tyne released his powerful debut single, ‘In My Arms’ in late 2016 and went on to tour with his musical hero Lewis Watson as well as Allday, UV Boi, and The Beautiful Girls. Tyne sold out his 2016 debut headline shows in a matter of minutes

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

22 Jan 2018

Triple J
45

wow dude, just wow. you generous soul.

wow dude, just wow. you generous soul.

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

11 Jan 2018

Triple J
45

It's the kind of song that will keep you sitting in the car even though you've already pulled into the driveway. So much heart!

It's the kind of song that will keep you sitting in the car even though you've already pulled into the driveway. So much heart!

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

09 Jan 2018

Triple J
45

You're real.

You're real.