Dylan Sinclair has previewed more of his forthcoming untitled EP with a new song, “Suppress.”
Production-wise, Sinclair’s vocals are set against a mystical backbeat and a heavy bassline. It works for his regretful vocal, where he lets out lyrics of sorrow about his uncovered affairs with another woman.
Sinclair relays how this current incident incites him to make wiser decisions in the future. He hopes his vow to do better won’t cause his lady to give up on him in the process of reconciliation.
“I suppress my emotions and I put all of my burdens on you / And I know it got heavy, I wish I was ready / To be a much better boyfriend / To make them aware that I cuffed you / To hold and to share what we already know,” he sings on the chorus.
“This song is an acknowledgment of where I fall short in my relationship and where I aim to do better,” Sinclair explained. “It’s me having so much empathy because I understand how hard it could be to be with someone in my position.”
All may appear on his upcoming EP, which is on course for arrival via Five Stone Records sometime this year.
Stream Dylan Sinclair’s new song “Suppress” below.