Delusional – Simon Curtis

From Simon Curtis’ debut album released on his own independent label in March of last year, “Delusional” showcases electronic elements prevalent on 8Bit Heart. The first verse gives the impression that the song may focus on naysayers who write Curtis off as someone who won’t make it in the music business:

Here’s to all the people who’ve been trying to keep me down
Got their fingers in my collar trying to turn me all around
I find it so funny to hear how much they hate
Try to push me to the ground then say they love me to my face
Say what you mean and don’t try to deceive me
I so want to believe it, yes I want to, yes I do
Say what you want and don’t try to prolong it
If you want to so-long it, then I want you to, yes I do

This can be thought into the second verse where Curtis proclaims “Now I know you’re gonna try to say I stole this verse from Tim’…” (though his voice is more reminiscent of Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys, his musical styling is more in line with Justin Timberlake’s) but the rest of the verse suggests he’s really referring to a lover who left him for someone else. Whether this lover is a man or a woman is up for debate, as there is speculation if the singer is gay. All that aside “Delusional” is a song that easily fits into the current atmosphere of music, which is why 8Bit Heart was downloaded 150,000 times since its release.
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