Justin Kawika Young is an LA-based singer-songwriter and guitarist from Kailua, Honolulu County, Hawaii. Not too long ago, he released a breezy indie-pop tune, entitled, “Back to the Blue.”
Justin Kawika Young – “Back to the Blue” single
“‘Back to the Blue’ is an existential metaphor that musically calls back to my island roots. Lyrically, it speaks of each of our lives as rain falling over the ocean. First, (‘summoned by the closest star’) evaporation gathers us up until we’re born as individual drops of rain, each making our way to join the collective whole once again, the big blue ocean.” – Justin Kawika Young explained
‘Back to the Blue’ contains a relatable narrative and ear-pleasing vocals that will resonate well with fans of Steph Devine, Keahiwai, and Ian Dvd. The island-friendly tune possesses enchanting horns and acoustic guitar-laden instrumentation bursting with indie-pop flavors and breezy roots reggae elements. Furthermore, “Back to the Blue” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear from Justin Kawika Young in the near future as he continues to release new and exciting music.
Justin Kawika Young accumulated 11 #1 hits on Hawai’i radio before relocating to LA, where he toured with Colbie Caillat as her acoustic guitarist/background vocalist. Also, he co-wrote two songs on her “All Of You” album. In 2019, they formed a band called Gone West. Their first single hit the Top 25 at Country radio and the band has garnered over 30 million Spotify streams. Now, Justin is focused on his solo career, and his original music can be heard on the soundtracks for Point Break, Wild Horses, and The Walking Dead TV series.
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