Toronto based pop rockers, Josh Mover & The Shakers are using their lyrical storytelling genius to bring to us an anti-Valentines song they describe as an ‘anthem for all those who may find themselves single, surrounded by chocolate hearts, who are still secretly hung up on an ex’.
“I’m Over It” is a song about moving on after a failed relationship. It was recorded in Footprints Music School by Pavel Gurvich, was mixed by Midday Swim bassist Craig Saltz and mastered by Andrew Mitchell.
The band has this to say about the song,
“On the surface I’m Over It appears to be a song about moving on after a failed relationship, but its tongue in cheek lyrics remind that doing so is often much easier said than done. With playful wording that nods to Abba’s classic break-up tune Knowing me, Knowing you, I’m Over It finds Josh Mover & The Shakers in top form. Combining infectious grooves and harmonies, a ripping guitar solo, and clever turns of phrase, the end result is a catchy indie-rock creation reminiscent of a cross between the Clash’s early material and something off of the Magnetic Fields’ 69 Love Songs.”
Need a Valentines Day of a different kind? Check out the official lyric video by Toronto multi-media artist Peter Pacher, below!
Josh Mover & The Shakers will be celebrating its release on February 21st at Toronto’s Dundas 3030. Come out to support this amazing band!
I’m Nicole, a biology teacher by day, but my life revolves around music. I’m that girl that you will always find with the concert t-shirt on and ear buds in. It is rare that you find me without some type of music playing in the background. I connect all of my life experiences to music. It truly has its own language in my heart. There is nothing more exciting than taking in all that a concert has to offer. I love to support local Canadian acts and attend as many shows that I can.