Melbourne based singer-songwriter Mani Blu announces the release of his debut single Turn Off The Radio, a striking, grand new release, effortlessly fusing synth-pop influences with a modern flavour.
The ballad draws influence from David Bowie’s ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust’ and ‘Spiders from Mars’ while Blü’s style as a whole seeks to encompass Warholian Pop Culture that is rarely seen in today’s music.
“I wrote ‘Turn Off The Radio’ in about 40 minutes when I was just 19, the idea of the song was so strong for me” says Mani on the single.
“The song is a double entendre for mental health and toxic love, for me ‘radio’ represents a transmission, a signal from one person into outer space, and ending up at the receiver, but all I wanted to do was cut those signals off”
Turn Off The Radio is a twisted love story that drips with an emotion and rawness unique to Mani Blü, introducing him in the most emphatic way possible.