London-based indie pop riser The AJM Show releases ‘Are You Looking For Me?’ – a sonic journey that unfolds from a delicate ballad to an atmospheric, cinematic climactic finale.
Layering crunchy guitar tones with twinkling piano and gradually building drums, the tracks infectious heartfelt lyricism takes centre stage, surrounded by subtle yet affecting vocoders. As the instrumentation grows the vocal effects grow with it, creating a chior-like sound to match the emotive, anthemic close to the single.
Mastermind Alex Martin, behind The AJM Show, describes the track as delivering a dreamy, romantic vibe reminiscent of The Verve with a retro 90s feel. Drawing inspiration from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, the song explores themes of departure, growth, evolution, and change. Martin reflects on the track’s genesis during lockdown no. 3, sharing that the songwriting process was linear, with lyrics flowing seamlessly alongside the music. The result is a cinematic soundscape that builds to a satisfying final chord with beauty and grace.
The AJM Show, known for seamlessly fusing various genres into an enticing indie pop experience, showcases versatility in vocal performances and glossy production. Taking influence from artists like Arlo Parks, Harry Styles, FINNEAS, and The 1975, The AJM Show has carved a niche with memorable hooks and intricate melodies.
Listen to the new single below: