‘Headrush’ reminds listeners that it’s not their job to put up with one-sided relationships with catchy new single ‘Not my job’ ready to play in Formula Indie the 11th March
A Little Bit About The Song
Don’t you hate being caught up in a relationship where you are giving so much to another
person, only for none of it to be reciprocated? Not only is this kind of thing soul-crushing,
but it also happens a lot more than we would like to admit. Whether the person in
question just feeds off attention or doesn’t want to hurt your feelings with their honesty,
being on the lead-on side of things never feels good. After I realized I was in a situation like
this, I gathered myself and got out of it. That’s when I wrote this song. It’s not anyone’s job
to dedicate themselves to another person just to get nothing in return. These kinds of
situations are often out of our control though, and the best thing we can do is to just get
out and do what’s best for us.
Headrush is the solo project of songwriter, instrumentalist, and producer Jack Warren.
“Headrush” started in his basement on the South Shore of Massachusetts in 2019. Since
then, Jack has been honing in on his production and songwriting skills, with each of his
releases being stronger than the last. Jack’s diverse taste in music converges into his
unique indie rock sound, taking inspiration from many emo, punk, and alternative bands
of the 1990s and early 2000s. Listening to Headrush is a reminder that you are not alone.
Jack’s emotional yet hopeful lyrics speak to the experiences we all wish we didn’t have to
go through while keeping you moshing and screaming along.