Today, Melbourne based singer-songwriter Tyne-James Organ releases his mighty and impressive new single ‘Not Ready For Love’. Part powerful ballad, part a song you want to just dance away your worries to, this song is destined to make you move and feel all the feels. Listen here.
He speaks of the track: “Not Ready For Love is another boppy sop from me but this time I tried exploring it in more of a way of accepting and understanding. Keeping the energy up to show hope. I find myself being able to dance and cry at the same time to this one. Love is a never ending cycle we live over and over, so part of me wanted to share the irony in that.”
The song is also accompanied by an epic music video directed by Simon Morehead. It was shot in Australia’s outback where Tyne explores the searching of self and finding your inner solace. With some serious dance moves there is also a story of one, and an understanding that you can be bigger than what was. It’s a building up of confidence and coming of age.
“The clip sees me head out west on a journey into unfamiliar places. Whilst you’ll see some moments of reflection, I wanted to show a heap more of my personality in this one. A big part of that comes from my dancing. Other than my lyrics, my moves are the only way I can express myself in full. I wanted to take a fun and joyful approach to these situations we all find ourselves in, to show how I try to look at things, and also that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. We may enter that tunnel again, but there’s always a light.” says Tyne.
Tyne has steadily grown his audience and reputation over the last few years with hard work, brilliant stage craft, and an undeniable talent for writing beautiful music.The new single is no different. The finishing touches were put on by Chris Collins, same as Tyne’s latest release ‘Hold Me Back’, which saw so much love from Australian media and was added to triple j.
Having earned a reputation for wearing his heart on his sleeve, it’s a courage that has endeared him to fans around the country and the world at large. He’s shared stages with The Lumineers, Jake Bugg, Middle Kids, and Lime Cordiale to name a few, and several sold out national headline tours in minutes. As well as playing some of Australia’s biggest Festivals including Splendour in the Grass, Falls, Party in the Paddock, Yours and Owls and Fairgrounds.