Australian musician and songwriter Tim Ayre is the latest artist to come out of Melbourne’s vibrant scene of creatives. Recently, he announced a new EP via Kitsuné Musique out on November 15, 2019.

Ayre first previewed the release this summer with “LAXX”, an impressively catchy bop made all the more noteworthy by the fact that he produced it at home. Following the critical acclaim that came with his first single, we’ve shared “Not Like It Should Be” last month, and are so excited to share the third and final single with you today.

On “Nothing”, crisp drums interlock with an incredible bassline to backdrop Ayre’s longing vocals. It’s a song that could work just as well on festival stages or closing out a night with friends. 

Although his project is in its infancy, Tim Ayre is not quite the novice. He was one half of the duet Tim & Jean, which was widely supported by Triple J Radio in his home country. Tim is now ready to pursue the adventure as a solo performer. 

Influenced by the Beach Boys, the Beatles, the Flaming Lips, Stevie Wonder and Daft Punk, he channels all these touching points and more in his own compositions. Having escaped his room to experiment in the studio, Tim Ayre crafts a deeply personal, dreamy and luxurious pop, blending guitars, drums, bass and synths all of which he plays effortlessly. 

Inspired by timeless moments spent by the ocean listening to his favorite trove of songs, Tim Ayre’s debut EP encapsulates this peaceful yet powerful instant of introspection. The result is a highly chromatic and wistful sound that draws on the authenticity of yesterday to offer a vintage aesthetic of our day.

Delicate, blissful, and oh so catchy, Tim Ayre’s debut EP is to be released on Kitsuné Musique.

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