Eddie Boy’s new dance-worthy track “Sweet & Sour Sugar Lemon” has a new video to go along with its upbeat, pop track that transports listeners through a timeline of uncertainty amid the pandemic.
The Los Angeles-based pop musician’s new single is an ode to melancholic feelings associated with finding love in times of uncertainty. With lyrics like “It was strange, don’t you remember, First exchange was in December, Back then it was hard believing, Quarantine would give it meaning,” tells the story of finding love during the pandemic, when uncertainty about the future circled minds and hearts.
Inspired by the artist’s own life, “Sweet & Sour Sugar Lemon” describes his own experience with love while the rest of the world seemed dark and hopeless – causing an influx of conflicting emotions. Through a catchy chorus and upbeat instrumentals, Eddie Boy explores the various stages of experiencing a worldwide phenomenon that now feels like a distant dream.
Eddie Boy comments on the single, stating:
“Looking back to this period in my life makes me appreciate a unique love that sprouted during such a dire worldwide situation. There’s also a sense of appreciation I feel in the timing of it, being as though we may never experience a reality like that ever again.”
“Sweet & Sour Sugar Lemon” is only a taste of what the artist has to offer. The multi-talented artist, producer, and writer creates music as the byproduct of a multicultural upbringing, having spent his childhood years in Mexico and most of his adult years in the United States, surrounded by a wide array of international friends and artists.
His sound can be described as fresh, relatable and emotional, combining prominent elements of pop writing with R&B, disco, and a strong Latin influence. He is currently based in Los Angeles and has collaborated with internationally appraised names such as Leonel Garcia, Sabino, Jesse Baez, Ariza, Kordelya and several others.