Comfort Club shares dreamy ode to love and loss with ‘If You’re Not Next To Me’


Los Angeles-based artist Comfort Club has carved a niche for himself in the indie pop scene over the years, offering listeners a candid glimpse into his personal experiences of love and heartbreak. With each lyric, he invites the audience to join him on a musical journey, where vulnerability meets satire.

His new release, “If You’re Not Next To Me”, is a perfect example of the artist’s signature sound with raw emotion and captivating lyricism. Known for making songs blending dream pop elements with silky guitar riffs and effervescent melodies, reminiscent of his influences such as John Mayer, this new song is no exception.

In this track, the third preview from his forthcoming album “Fear of Moving On”, Comfort Club delves into the theme of fear of abandonment, a recurring motif throughout the whole album. Comfort Club effortlessly weaves a narrative of love and heartbreak, inviting us to navigate through the complexities of human emotions.

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