St. Humain is an Australia-based synth-pop artist who released his single “Fever Vibe” in September. Calling himself “genre-agnostic”, St. Humain combines urban elements with electronic backdrops, giving his songs a “modern” vibe. The same amalgamation finds its way in his new song.
Sharing the motto for his musicality, the singer writes,
“My songs are always about something in my personal life and I don’t write what I can’t relate to, because I think that at the end of the day we’re all human and are in need of some real authentic connections. Honesty is the motto here”.
His single was first premiered on the Billboard who shared “Fever Vibe” is among the tracks targeted for his debut EP, which is due out early next year, and mines universal themes about attraction and relationships.”
“Fever Vibe” talks about those moments in a relationship when one is “affected” by the presence of a lover. The feeling, as the title suggests, has been deemed sickening but in a positive way. Talking about the song with the Billboard, the singer shared,
“I was thinking about young love, early passion and stuff like that, and how to best distill that into a three-minute song,” explains St. Humain, who moved to Sydney five years ago to pursue his music career. “There’s that old (Little Willie John) song called ‘Fever’; Obviously this is a different (sonic) ball game, but it’s the same idea that there’s something giving you these feelings and I wanted to reflect that vibe and emotion and make it as energetic as possible.”
St. Humain has garnered over 860 thousand streams thus far on Spotify, with his previous singles making Apple Music’s “Best of the Week” and Spotify’s “Pop For Life” playlists. You can follow the singer on major social media platforms:
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