Reached The Ending: Sydney pop artist Jeffrey Chan feels drowned in disappointment on Over

After recently climbing down from the euphoric and dizzying heights of his previous release, Vertigo, Jeffrey Chan misses that succulent taste on his lips but knows that it is finally Over permanently as a new romantic journey awaits.

Jeffrey Chan is a Sydney, Australia-based pop artist who loves it retro and 80s synth with a sprinkle of inspiration from Eurythmics, Duran Duran and Daft Punk.

At the core of it, Over is a breakup song but it’s that specific moment when you have finally come to terms with the end of a relationship. I wanted to capture that feeling when you’re looking back at everything that happened, both the good and the bad.” ~ Jeffrey Chan leading us into what this top track actually means

With his signature explosive vocals that might heat up your entire room, Jeffrey Chan is in imperious form yet again with another thunderbolt of authenticity from a self-enlightened soul who knew that it was time to close to chapter. Sung with an honest tone and introspective lyrics, he manages to guide us to the truth even if we didn’t want to hear it at first because of the pain attached.

Over from the dynamic Sydney, Australia-based pop artist Jeffrey Chan is a sad song at its core and shows us how quickly a relationship can fracture briskly into the sea of the past. Reminding us of those happy moments that are now meshed with the sudden realisation that it is actually the end. Forever.

Sometimes you need to swim like a Dolphin into another ocean where you can find that healing place to start over again.

Listen up on Spotify and check out the IG music page for more.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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