Myles Castello is a rising R&B singer-songwriter from Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Not too long ago, he released a heartfelt R&B tune, entitled, “Blue”.
Myles Castello – “Blue” single
“I’m sorry that I hurt you, lost grip, let you down wasn’t hands-on. Used to believe that I had a red cape on. Can’t come around ‘cause your heart got yellow tape on. I never meant to hurt you, I tried to paint a smile on your face. I even tried to switch the palette for a change. So it’s black and white, you don’t want to stay.” – lyrics
‘Blue’ tells a sad tale of a young guy who experiences an unsunny side to life after the emotional departure of his significant other. Apparently, the fact that he misses his ex-lover is an understatement. Also, throughout the day, the only color he envisions is blue.
‘Blue’ was inspired after Myles Castello hurt someone he loved. His actions caused this individual to leave, leaving Castello feeling like something was missing.
“I’m still cold when the sun’s out, I prefer your flame.”
“The inspiration for my new single ‘Blue’ came after I hurt someone. They left and I felt like I was missing something. When one thing that brightens up your day is gone, everything else around you feels a little duller. I worked with Jason Amos to produce the song and recorded at home in my basement the way I usually work. ‘Blue’ finds me becoming colorblind, with the only color I can see left being blue. All the things around me are not looking or feeling the same. I want you to appreciate what and who you have. It’s a cliché to say that you don’t know what you have until it’s gone, but that sentiment is at the heart of ‘Blue’.” – Myles Castello
Myles Castello weaves heartfelt tales based on his experiences. Not too long ago, he wrapped up his Castello Quarantine Live (a 10-city virtual North American tour live streaming from the Instagram account of each venue).
‘Blue’ serves as a fantastic presentation to what listeners can expect to hear from Castello in the near future. The radio-friendly tune contains a relatable storyline, ear-welcoming vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the song possesses melodic instrumentation flavored with contemporary R&B and urban-pop elements.
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