Silverchair’s Ben Gillies has released his initial solo solitary of 2022. ‘On the Stereo’ follows Gillies 2021 EP, The Relative Family members. Konstantin Kersting (Tones And I, Eliza & the Delusionals) manufactured ‘On the Stereo,’ which is out by way of Sony Songs Amusement Australia.
Gillies shared a statement detailing the song’s genesis. “We all have experiences that we only will need to assume about to really feel joy or a spark of pleasure that can make us smile. For me, it is listening to songs on the stereo,” he said. “As a baby I’d sit in front of the stereo, taking in regardless of what song was participating in, and I held executing it through my teens and into adulthood.”
Gillies co-established Silverchair with his childhood pals, Daniel Johns and Chris Joannou, when they had been 15 a long time aged. He appeared on each and every of the band’s 5 albums, from their 1995 debut, Frogstomp, up to their most latest (and potentially closing) album, 2007’s Youthful Modern.
Gillies acquired a co-writing credit score on the majority of Frogstomp tracks. He also co-wrote a handful of tracks on Silverchair’s second album, Freak Clearly show, together with ‘Slave,’ ‘No Association,’ ‘Learn to Dislike,’ and ‘The Closing.’
Gillies further explained the thematic focus of ‘On the Stereo‘: “‘On the Stereo’ is a song about listening to songs that also, I hope, captures what a magical knowledge it is.”
Gillies said the music appeared with minimal hard work. “During a writing session in Newcastle, I quietened my brain then recorded for 10 or 15 minutes when I messed all-around with some chord progressions and melodies.” Co-author Scott Aplin served with the instrumentation prior to Konstantin Kersting introduced the production to daily life.
“It was these kinds of a enjoyable procedure generating this music and I believe we captured just how a lot pleasurable it is to pay attention to new music … on the stereo!” Gillies claimed. Pay attention to ‘On the Stereo’ below.