Sully has undergone a sparkling transformation.
Following the success of her January release, the pop fuzz and empowerment anthem, ‘I Should Know Better’, accompanied with a music video released in June, Melbourne pop queen Sully has spent time in lockdown transforming herself into a moody avatar thanks to Media Avenue Design and working on music for her EP set for release in 2021.
‘Ghosting (Me)’ is a product of that transformation, with Sully entirely embracing her kaleidoscope world of sound and transporting into the sparkling pop bubble. Sonically, ‘Ghosting (Me)’ heightens the sweet pop foundation of ‘I Should Know Better’, with Sully’s Jo Jo reminiscent honey-coated vocals oozing through the laser beam synths and infectious core-hitting beats, courtesy of Entente Music.
Keeping in line with ‘I Should Know Better’, ‘Ghosting (Me)’ lyrically delves into the heart hazards of being in a relationship. As those who have dived into the online dating world can attest, getting ‘ghosted’ is not uncommon. Sully unpacks this in regards to an unhealthy, toxic relationship where she was played hot and cold.
“I tried to let you close, close, close to me / but baby you keep ghost, ghosting me”
The single will be following with an animated music video set for release mid-December so keep your eyes peeled.