Nashville-based electronic artist and producer Super Duper unveils his latest double release, “Don’t Wanna Say Goodbye” and “Bloom Bouquet,” the final pair of singles leading up to his forthcoming album.
The first single, “Don’t Wanna Say Goodbye,” is a collaborative effort that brings together the talents of Super Duper and Dustin Wise. Inspired by Motown, Super Duper seamlessly incorporates Dustin Wise’s incredible piano riffs, perfectly capturing the desired mood. The phrase ‘Don’t Wanna Say Goodbye’ resonated deeply with Super Duper, and he skillfully integrated it into the song, infusing nostalgic vibes influenced by the likes of Daft Punk and Fatboy Slim.
The second single, “Bloom Bouquet,” presented Super Duper with a creative challenge. Armed with Ian Keaggy’s soaring vocals but without accompanying music, Super Duper made a deliberate decision to stray from the expected path of creating a conventional ballad. Instead, he embarked on a journey to find something unexpected. By skillfully chopping up upbeat and bright guitar chords, Super Duper crafted a fresh, liberating, and colorful sound that defies categorization.
Super Duper broke through with the release of “Angela,” which took the top spot on Hype Machine and appeared on Spotify’s Viral 50 chart, followed by being picked up by Sirius XM Chill. Super Duper has shared the stage with The Chainsmokers, Petit Biscuit, STS9, Kasbo, The Glitch Mob, and Big Wild.
Opening on a soulful piano topped by shifting, filtered vocals, “Don’t Wanna Say Goodbye” flows into a dazzling, buoyant rhythm dripping with contagious energy. Layers of synths and brass form the effervescent melody, making the song a definite earworm.
The stunning voice of Ian Keaggy’s delivers the intro to “Bloom Bouquet,” followed by the entrance of a luscious, funk-lite pop beat that skips and prances while the gleaming guitars and swirling tones of the topline envelop listeners in sun-drenched coloration.
With “Don’t Wanna Say Goodbye” and “Bloom Bouquet,” Super Duper displays his gift for merging genres into groundbreaking music.