Superficial by Tommy Down

Superficial by Tommy Down

Superficial by Tommy Down gives you that nostalgic eighties style, electronic R&B Pop, with the tongue in cheek in your face attitude of a generation that is tired of being looked down upon. This sort of thing happens with every generation so it’s nothing new. However, Down takes a cool tongue in cheek approach by playing up the stereotypes. Here’s what Down had to say about the song:

The track tries to act as an analogy. It tries to show how our generation is fully aware of how narcissistic and unhealthy it can be. Yet in spite of knowing this; we don’t seem to care and almost revel in being like this.

Honestly it’s a dope track. This generation’s lives and inner most workings are far more accessible than previous generations and with that access comes the access to the older generations thoughts and opinions, so it’s way easier these days to feel attacked. Superficial  gives the listeners that anthem needed just dust the criticism off your shoulders and say “This is us, deal with it.” You can watch the video for the bop that is Superficial  below. As always, if you like what you hear then let’s keep good music coming by supporting these artists. Remember to follow the artist and spread the word! Artists Links below.

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