John Errol – Unbelievable

Campy, chaotic, and compulsively catchy, John Errol creates music that he describes as a ‘radio friendly nervous breakdown’ and he couldn’t be more accurate. With a rock star persona he channels the childhood dreams we all had to perform in front of packed out stadiums to form a larger than life character, who’s best described as David Bowie meets KISS, that reflects the absurdity of life these days. His creative ingenuity has seen him dabble with both the sonic and visual aesthetics, going from lo-fi 80’s visuals that contrast his hauntingly beautiful reminder of the mind’s fluctuating state to what he’s released today with hellish aesthetics and a warped skittish soundscape.

Unbelievable is a multifaceted piece with numerous meanings to the artist, ranging from the absence of faith, being completely audacious with life and even just being overly hilarious. The theatrical number that manages to push the envelope with his unbound creativity allowing the sugar rush of intoxicating synths paired up with his charisma filled vocal to push blindly past expectations many had for him and launch him into a new era where he becomes a hero for the ‘unbelievables,’ because he himself is unbelievably talented.

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