Get the first look at Oh My My's stomping returning single, Leave You at the Bottom

Get the first look at Oh My My's stomping returning single, Leave You at the Bottom

Featuring musician-on-the-rise Sam Phay, the single marks his first release for 2019.

If you're yet to be acquainted, Oh My My is the recently-launched solo project of Sam Thomlinson, a Sydney-based musician and multi-instrumentalist also recognisable as the guitarist for the internationally-rising indie-rock crew Bad Pony. Oh My My, which the producer launched with last year's heaving, house-leaning debut single Animal House, provided an avenue for Sam to flex his production muscles, with his debut and its follow up Woe, My Heart presenting two different sides of a tantalising electro-pop sound both married by this dark, brooding force that pulses underneath, taking shots at the more menacing side of electronica you'd expect from someone like Willaris K., who makes this sound in a more tech-like manner.

Today, we premiere Oh My My's first single for the year and thus, the first taste of a big year planned, linking up the recently-introduced Melbourne musician Sam Phay for Leave You at the Bottom. Dancing with this almost-Running Touch-reminiscent approach to electro-pop, Leave You at the Bottom is a single that seemingly unite the worlds of organic and synthetic instrumentation, with thick synth chords and pulsing bass rhythms meeting crisp percussion and Sam Phay's soulful vocal which sways over the top, adding a radio-friendly touch to a single that otherwise, feels more suited for the sweaty, 3AM dancefloors. "Leave You at the Bottom is about being caught between nostalgia and reality, misremembering the past and realising that some things aren’t meant to be forever," says Sam Phay on the single, which arrives ahead of a single launch on April 12th. Listen to the single below:

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