Hailing from Melbourne, Joseph Baldwin brings us ‘Mymind’, a minimalistic song that urges us
to connect with those quirky little aspects of love.
Making use of a refined story-telling style, Joseph dives into the sea of joy that love can bring while holding onto raised red flags. The song successfully conveys the beautiful intricacy of human relations, full of contradictions and baggage that can only be faced up with understanding and support. In times when disconnection seems to be the norm, Baldwin comes to remind listeners taking chances is a virtue- and fun especially during these times.
On the single, Joseph says “It might help to remind people of all the silly and unique things they love about their partners, helping them get through these weird times. If anything, I want them to reflect on the things that initially caught their eye in all the people they love.”
‘Mymind’ gets to us after his recently released EP ‘On My Way to Her’ to prove Joseph’s electric folk with a pinch of pop is here to stay. His work mixes acoustic and MIDI with delightful dynamics that remind the listener of the delectation that can be found in clean simple beats.
Influenced by artists of the likes of Jon Bellion, Death Cab for a Cutie and The Beach Boys, Joseph carefully picks his beats and combines them with flawless vocals and genuine lyrics.
The choice of instrumentation and changes in texture throughout the track contribute to the consolidation of Baldwin as composer, musician and singer.
Bendigo born and raised, Joseph moved to Melbourne in 2017 after graduating school. The singer song-writer took his first steps in the scenic arts as a teenager, Joseph is now an incredibly resourceful artist able to put into words and music what most of us only struggle to understand.
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