SINGLE NEWS: Archie Baker drops ‘If You Love Me’


‘If You Love Me’ is the second single from Archie’s debut EP ‘Adult Fiasco’. The track is a soulful, reggae-rock style song inspired by Aussie-rock artists such as Sticky Fingers, Ocean Alley and Tash Sultana.

The lyrical theme explores the resentment and hurt that is felt in an emotionally unbalanced relationship – with a chorus that reflects the anger felt by both parties. The chaotic climax of the song aims to bring the dialogue to an explosive head with sax, guitar and vocal energy all peaking in the last chorus.

The track showcases his distinctive guitar and vocal style, but this time with a rougher tone and more grit than his previous releases have demonstrated.

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