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Whilst this is Jeremy’s second single, he’s no newcomer to the music world. From playing in a high school U2 cover band, to singing in a Commitments tribute act whilst completing a math degree at uni, he forged his love of music through studying the greats. More recently, Jeremy has revelled in the experience of songwriting with I Heart Songwriting Club. After releasing his debut single, “Out of the Ashes”; a song about love, loss and revival, in May this year, Brisbane artist and Montessori schoolteacher Jeremy Sullivan went back to the studio to record his new single “Overdrive.” Looking to further define his sound he weaved together plaintive and ambient piano and guitar sounds with overdriven pure rock riffs and infectious danceable beats to come up with this beauty. “Overdrive” encapsulates the idea of embracing the experience of leaving comfort zones so that a new vista may be beheld, in all its glory. It's about abandoning old limited paradigms because you've had a taste of an infinite potential and you're ready to TAKE THE PLUNGE!
The Gusset

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40

Killer opening riff. Love the break-down to verse. Great vox, very catchy chorus melody, relatable lyrics. Smashing guitar solo. So listenable, had to download, put on repeat, danceable beat.

Killer opening riff. Love the break-down to verse. Great vox, very catchy chorus melody, relatable lyrics. Smashing guitar solo. So listenable, had to download, put on repeat, danceable beat.

WHARVES

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Never Missed Anyone Like I ...

WHARVES

40

Whoa, this track is infectious – it starts off with the hook/chorus, which is an earworm. Second verse is expansive and promises more. Vocals sound vulnerable and plaintive at times. Guitar lead break zings. Break down hook/chorus with string top line is an effective variation. Queenesque piano outro makes me want to hear more.

Whoa, this track is infectious – it starts off with the hook/chorus, which is an earworm. Second verse is expansive and promises more. Vocals sound vulnerable and plaintive at times. Guitar lead break zings. Break down hook/chorus with string top line is an effective variation. Queenesque piano outro makes me want to hear more.