Super talented London-based Superheart brings beauty to the world with his touching, poignant and heartfelt music. Penning the human experience and pairing it with ambient and emotionally charged soundscapes, Superheart has become a trailblazer in the dreamy, indie-pop music sphere. The moving artist returns with new single "Careful There's A World Out There," due out next week.

With highly successful releases under his belt including hit singles "Count On Me," "Talk About It," "World's on Fire" and more, along with praise from notable publications including Flaunt Magazine, The 405 and others, Superheart continues to spearhead the indie movement and win the hearts of many.

His self-proclaimed "anti-gravity" sound takes you out of your head and enables you to get lost in the music. Superheart released his Opening Credits EP last year which has garnered praise from the masses.

As the world sits in a reflective state, Superheart offers advice to his past self in this sentimental track. "Careful there's a world out there, I don't know what the future brings," he croons. There's beauty in reflection and strength in moving forward with knowledge. "This song is kinda like my way of processing heartbreak, by giving my thoughts and advice to a past self - or maybe someone in the future that might find comfort in it. It seems to have an extra relevance right now with the state of the world in these current times."

If there was one way to describe how Superheart's music makes you feel, then it would feel like the warmth of being wrapped in a blanket and reminiscing on the best times of your life. With the current state of the world, we hope this music brings a little bit of solace. Superheart has a knack for creating music that envelops you, taking you out of your own world into a place infinitely better.

What do you think of Superheart's "Careful There's A World Out There?" This will be out next week. Let me know if you're interested in setting up a feature or coverage.

Reviewed by Nagamag on 
July 8, 2020

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