We're just a couple of weeks away from the February 22nd release of Bayonne's new album Drastic Measures, and following the release of 'Uncertainly Deragned' and the title track you should be pretty excited for it. If you still need convincing, then the delightful new single 'Same' might just do that for you.

Considering it's a pretty musically inventive and surprising track, it might surprise you to learn of its origins. Bayonne explains:

"'Same' is a song mostly about the craft of making music and the experience involved with it. It's about progressing as an artist and the struggle to move forward to try new things and not stay the "same". I basically was writing it as I was going along to capture the raw feelings and insecurities that can occur when writing music. The lyrics “I think in the morning / I'm willing to proceed" and "I can’t pick a lane for many more melodies" communicate the frustrations with procrastination and indecisiveness that I was battling, creatively, at the time.”

Nevertheless, he's come out the other side of that tunnel with a song that will keep you captivated through shining notes and an emphatic beat. Check out 'Same' below.

Bayonne's Drastic Measures is out on February 22nd through City Slang. He's got some live dates in Europe next month too:

Mar 17 Leeds, UK – Oporto
Mar 18 Brighton, UK – The Hope & Ruin
Mar 19 Manchester, UK – Yes, Basement
Mar 20 London, UK – Moth Club
Mar 21 Bristol, UK - The Louisiana
Mar 22 Paris, FR – La Boule Noire
Mar 24 Amsterdam, NL – Paradiso