JP Bayliss guides you through a world of heartbreak and loneliness on his latest single ‘Make It Back.’ On this track, the young Dunedin artist explores coping with rejection and losing sight of his muse. Bayliss croons over a stripped-back instrumental to paint a picture of a man losing sight of what’s important.
‘Make it Back’ serves as the follow up to the artist’s breakout debut album ‘Party House’, which was streamed over 100,000 times and helped showcase the talented singer/songwriter to a worldwide audience.
Exploring ideas of lust, melancholy and ego Bayliss’s music pushes forward the New Zealand R&B scene, helping to cement his position as one to watch. The singer has plans to keep busy throughout the rest of 2019 and into summer, with a series of singles scheduled to be released.
With a sound reminiscent of the early stylings of ‘The Weeknd’, Bayliss is quickly beginning to carve out an identity of his own. Check out ‘Make it Back’ for yourself below;