Last week, Toronto electro-pop artist Aiden Myers got personal with the release of his new single “Help Me”. Available for stream here and below, the song is the second release from Aiden’s upcoming EP Overthinking, and comes as some of his most honest songwriting to date. Opening with ethereal synths, and soft beats building into the pure anguish of Myers’ vocals, “Help Me” hits listeners deep both sonically and emotionally, as they get to peek into the artist’s personal journey with mental health.
Help Me is easily the most personal record on the EP. The song came about during one of the worst nervous breakdowns of my life. We had all the songs done for the EP and I knew I needed to write a song about my mental health and anxiety. I’m very nervous about putting this one out, but I hope to god it can reach people, and hopefully let people know that they are not alone.
Myer’s newest track follows a handful of independently released singles and features, which has amassed over 2 million streams across platforms, including his latest release “Alone Tonight“. Setting lo-fi electro-pop flourishes against a backdrop of deep, vibey R&B beats, bumpy drops and weighty, autobiographical lyrics that explore the varied nuances of human emotion, Myers delivers songs that are tender and agonizing, yet decidedly hopeful.
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