Amy Shark Premieres New Song “Psycho” featuring Mark Hoppus on Apple Beats 1
- Australian indie pop singer-songwriter Amy Shark unveiled a new song “Psycho” on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show.
This time, she teamed up with Blink-182's bassist Mark Hoppus for the song.
The song will appear on her upcoming debut album "Love Monster", which is out July 13, 2018.
The album was preceded by two singles "I Said Hi" and "Don't Turn Around".
Amy Shark is best known for her 2016 single "Adore", which was voted in at number 2 on the Triple J Hottest 100, 2016.
She will perform at 2018 Lollapalooza in Chicago on August 4th along with Logic, Dua Lipa and Zedd, among othres.
After the festival, she embarks Love Monster Australian Tour and North America on August 24th.
Learn more about tour dates, click here.
Amy Shark said of the song;
"I sent [Hoppus] my demo of Psycho overnight and he wrote back and said 'I love it, let’s do it.'
It’s the first song I go to on the album at the moment. I just can’t stop listening to it. I’m addicted to it. Every time his voice drops in I’m just like, Mark Hoppus is on my album.
I never dreamed of having a member of Blink-182 on a song of mine, I’m shaking so bad I’m that excited. Thank you, Mark Hoppus, this is the greatest day of my life… I’m now going to go drink heavily somewhere."
- Mark Hoppus told Zane Lowe about this collaboration with Amy Shark;
"She was in Los Angeles, we met up for coffee. We were talking about an album that she was working on and she said 'Would you ever like to work on something together?' I said, 'Absolutely'.
Literally, two days later we were in Dave Grohl’s studio working on a song that she had an idea for that was really cool. She asked me to be a part of it and I produced it and sang on it. It turned out really well.
That’s the awesome balance of working with different artist and producing other bands and working with other people is you take their ideas and you bring your idea to it and hopefully you bring it to a better place. Amy had this great idea for a song and for me it was a lot easier than working with a lot of other artists because her music is so sparse.
A lot of times it’s just her and a guitar, so even just her an acoustic guitar and maybe a beat behind it. My job was really easy, I just had to not over add stuff to kill the idea that she already had."
- source : Dailymail