Montreal-based singer-songwriter Jesse Mac Cormack released his brand new track, “LBTA”, on June 12.
According to Mac Cormack,
“This song is basically about anxiety in relationships. How it blocks you from simply being there and living in the present as it happens. Being stuck in a loop where you are always looking back and thinking ahead.”
“LTBA” has an otherworldly sound, complemented by Mac Cormack’s emotion-filled vocals. The song was mixed by Grammy-award winner John Congleton (David Byrne, The War on Drugs, Suuns).
The release of these tracks comes after the release of a trio of remixes throughout the past month. These tracks (‘Nothing Lasts’ remix by Ryan Playground, a ‘No Love Go’ remix by CRi and a ‘Now’ remix by Jesse himself) can be found on his award-winning album Now.
Hey! My name is Melissa. I’m a Special Education Teacher from Newfoundland. Music has always played an important role in my life. Growing up I would spend countless hours listening to the Top 40 Countdown on the radio to record a song I liked to cassette. Then it was the hassle of carrying around a Discman and many CDs because you definitely wanted a variety. Gotta love the nineties! However, it wasn’t until volunteering for the ECMAs in 2004 that I realized that there was a whole other world of music that I was missing out on and I haven’t looked back.