Patrick Martin releases highly anticipated “All This Love”


Growing up, Patrick Martin would write songs and keep them to himself. There was no point in sharing them with others because they were songs meant to help him tame his anxiety and help him feel better. But of course, with songs like “Dandelion Eyes” and “Cinema Love,” Patrick couldn’t hide them away forever. He can’t keep love to himself either, choosing to share it with the world through his new single “All This Love.”

On “All This Love,” Patrick tries to figure out where to place his affectionate feelings, not wanting any of them to go to waste. The music reflects the urgency to share his desires, through the moving bass groove and disco-like hustle. Over such sparkling production, he asks, “What am I supposed to do / With all this love? / How am I supposed to live / Without your touch?” You can check it out below.

Telling us his inspiration behind the single, Patrick shares,

“’All This Love’ is quite simple really. I was watching the show Fleabag. The main character’s friend dies and she says, ‘I don’t know what to do with it, all the love I have for her. I don’t know where to put it.’ Verse one was inspired by the movie Call Me By Your Name and verse two was inspired by another movie called Like Crazy. I wrote it in my parents’ basement during COVID at five in the morning. One day in the studio with Nick Lobel and there she is, my breaking record.”

You can listen to “All This Love” on platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, and SoundCloud.

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