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Liverpool’s Addley shares dynamic single ‘Say It Anyway’

Liverpool’s own rising star, Addley, is set to release his latest dynamic single, ‘Say It Anyway.’ This track promises to be a dancefloor sensation with its steady and fun beat, perfect for the summer season. The song opens with cinematic piano chords and subtle synth teases, building up to a pounding four-to-the-floor rhythm that fills the soundscape with punchy kicks and lively hi-hat rhythms. Addley’s emotive vocals bring a sentimental passion to the high-octane sound, taking listeners on a journey through climactic choruses and ethereal verses. With plucky melodies and vivid frequencies, ‘Say It Anyway’ is sure to captivate from start to finish.

Reflecting on the inspiration behind the track, Addley shares, “‘Say It Anyway’ is about starting to lose someone you care about. It’s about knowing change is coming and that you can’t stop it, but desperately wanting to slow it down. It’s about giving into tension and having your final words with someone but wanting to keep them for as long as you can… even if it’s just to argue and fight.

Sam Addley, known professionally by his surname, has quickly made a name for himself in the indie music scene with his unique blend of alternative emotions, electronic elements, and an expansive five-piece band setup. Performing live across major UK cities like Leeds, Birmingham, London, and his hometown of Liverpool, Addley has built a loyal fanbase. His sound, influenced by the likes of Florence + The Machine, London Grammar, and Sam Fender, has garnered acclaim from notable music publications such as Earmilk and Music Crowns, which describe his music as “distinctively alternative” and “emotional yet upbeat.” With ‘Say It Anyway’ set to drop, Addley is poised to further solidify his status as a major player in the indie scene.