Tell us about your new single/ album/ tour?
My new track ‘Love You Hard’, sounds cold and sharp. If it was a colour is would be dark blue, almost black. the kind of music they might listen to in winter on mars.
What’s your favourite work at this point in time?
My favourite work is my earliest work- it will never see the light of day. It made me realise what I don’t like. Contrast is a powerful thing.
Tell us a quick, on the road or studio, anecdote.
If all the animals on the equator were capable of flattery, thanks giving and Halloween would fall on the same day.
What, or who, inspires you?
I’m inspired by the producers and engineers that shape the sounds on our favourite records.
Which song do you wish you wrote?
Enjoy the silence – depeche mode
How would you describe your sound in food form?
quails eggs on a bed of cucumber caviar.
What’s next for you?
Coffee, a light walk then lets get down to some new music.
What’s your scene?
The common man who stumbles upon a great fortune, looses it, then wins it back again. the hero’s journey.
About Max Flynn
Enigmatic singer songwriter and producer Max Flynn first graced the Australian music scene in 2016 with the release of his seductive single ‘Shuffle’ dubbed by the team at Pilerats as “A brooding slice of electronica” and Dom Alessio of Triple J’s Home and Hosed as “nighttime driving music, the road markings whizzing underneath the car, headlights spotlighting the road in front, while you speed off into the darkness ahead” In 2017 Max Flynn brings us his second and equally ruminating single ‘LOVE YOU HARD’.
‘LOVE YOU HARD’ brings the world 3 minutes and 13 seconds of understated bliss.
Pitch perfect layered harmonies adjoin swirling synths, complemented by stand out guitar moments and thick heartbeat mimicking beats. Described by Flynn as “Soundtrack to the difficult kind of love” lyrics like “Sometimes I want to run away, farther than most, farther than most” will have you re living the that one teen heartbreak that really cut deep.
As an accomplished musician and songwriter in his own right Flynn not only produced his single, but played each instrument on the record from his home studio.