ADMT Premieres New Song “North” on BBC Radio 1
Doncaster-based singer-songwriter Adam Taylor, aka ADMT premiered a new song “North” on BBC Radio 1's Future Artists with Jack Saunders.
The song is the follow-up to “Best Friend”, which was released last November.
The track was written by Adam Taylor, Hannah Versanth, Jamie Shield, and Steve Knight. Produced by Jamie Shield.
ADMT said of the song, “I wrote this song about where I grew up.. how much home has grown to mean to me. And about no matter how chaotic this place or my relationship with it has been there will always be a part of me that is here, grateful and made here and I wouldn’t be myself without having been brought up here. Everyone should be proud of where they’re from.”
He added, “This song about being proud about where I come from despite its flaws home is a huge part of me.. but more than that being proud of who I am..”
- ADMT told Jack Saunders about the song, “The song is about just being proud of where you come from, to be honest as being like, for all its flaws, because I'm sure where everyone comes from it's got its flaws. Just gotta be proud of what it is and what it is that made me is where I come from.”
He continued, “I think I spent so much of my life trying to escape where I was from. It took me a while to understand that actually where I'm from it comes with me everywhere.”
He added, “I kind of felt like I just growing up I didn't really fit in my school and stuff and kind of most of my time there was spent thinking I can't wait just to grow up and sort of get away from here. Obviously I like music and stuff, not lots of my friends like music and play drums at the time. So thing is like that really.”
Photo by Lamour White
- source : BBC Radio 1