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Sukruth Mallesh Releases Brand New Single “Never” Amid Nostalgia

MUMBAI: Pop singer Sukruth Mallesh, fresh off his debut single ‘Don’t Fall in Love’, has released his brand new single ‘Never’.

The dreamy track is all things nostalgic pop. The crooner spilled out on separation anxiety and the ability to move on and start over in his new song.

“Never” comes after the smash hit of “Don’t Fall in Love” which was miles away from what “Never” showcases the singer – musical prowess and songwriter versatility.

Never begins with dreamy shots of Sukruth driving nowhere, gazing into the distance and contemplating life after love channeling the feelings of all millennials in love. The beautiful and moving track is laced with nostalgia, hues of pink and blues, and Sukruth’s sweet vocals.

On the release of the song Sukruth, the singer-songwriter said, “This song was written a while ago, I wrote this song because I really think nothing inspires great art. as heartbreak does, the song is a simple reminder that sometimes people leave and there’s nothing wrong with hurting and wishing them back. It’s the most natural, most human thing to feel. I’m so excited to see how people will react to ‘Never’ and I hope it resonates with everyone!”

The love ballad is something of a fever dream with velvety visuals that only further accentuate Mallesh’s easy-listening vibe.

“Sukruth is an extremely gifted songwriter who is driven by how he feels and what happens to him, he channels every emotion he feels into every song he writes. We kept the visuals simple to match the mood. “Sukruth’s nostalgic new age pop vibe and because the song demanded it. We were more focused on the emotions that love and separation bring because it’s such a relatable thing. Adds producer and manager, Arpan Peter .

The song is definitely the perfect song for a rainy day when you find yourself with a cup of coffee to look out the window and reminisce about love lost but hope found.

‘Never’ is available for listening on all listening/streaming platforms.