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I Don’t Want To Waste It: Sensational Sydney singer Cami Bex hangs on by a thread on the stunning ‘Nowhere To Put My Love’

With a fantastically edgy single that is all about love and how it can consume you so much, Cami Bex takes us for an amazing ride to express those important feelings that shouldn’t be bottled up on ‘Nowhere To Put My Love‘.

Cami Bex is a sensationally appealing Sydney, Australia-based indie alt-pop musician. Created with Los Angeles producer, Jason Boule, they have combined beautifully to make a striking single that has you feeling so reflective on how your romantic nature can be so powerful, and control you sometimes.

Cami was originally nervous about the graphic image in the close of the chorus, but has noted that it is more about a symbolic catharsis than a deathwish- ‘I’ve been dreaming of bleeding out into the ocean, but there’s no ocean big enough. There’s nowhere to put my love.’’ – Cami Bex

Nowhere To Put My Love‘ from the brilliantly lovable and alluringly cheeky Australian indie alt-pop singer-songwriter Cami Bex, sends our healing hearts in an absolute spin, as you think about doing things you wouldn’t normally do. She sings with so much vigor and pulsating passion, that is such an excellent listen to our warming souls. This is a wonderful single that has you captivated beyond belief, as she really has you thinking about how you truly feel inside your beating heart.

We are never alone and love will always follow us, no matter what has happened before. Don’t ever waste your love.

Hear this incredible new release on Spotify and check out her exciting IG for more.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Cami Bex has unleashed her demure radio-ready pop anthem, ‘Falling for a Star’.

Finding the perfect balance of accessibility, authenticity, and energy is no easy feat for emerging pop singers eager to get their sound into as many ears as possible but Cami Bex has it down to a fine art.

‘Falling for a Star’ is the latest single released by the Sydney-hailing artist who creates to process the world around her. It’s safe to say that if listeners reach past the infectious melodies to invest in the lyrics, they’ll also get to learn from Cami Bex’s all too relatable introspection. The single is a soulfully demure reminder to not be in love with merely the idea of being in love; a red flag is a red flag.

Falling for a Star is now available to stream via SoundCloud.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Cami Bex seeks synergy with her latest single ‘Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking’

Cami Bex

Breaking Pop artist, Cami Bex, is set to release her sophomore single, ‘Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking’, following on from the resounding success of her debut single ‘Type’.

With her relatable brand of served-from-the soul Pop, The Aussie singer songwriter is already exhibiting her ability to orchestrate evocatively enticing feats of contemporary hits with chart-topping potential. The synth-led soundscape gives ‘Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking’ a bubble gum Pop feel, but there’s no ignoring the sonorous maturity which oozes from this stylistic release.

You’ll have to wait a little longer before you can check out Cami Bex’s latest single. In the meantime, head over to her official website and delve into her debut.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Cami Bex is due to make her empoweringly salacious pop debut with “Type”

Cami Bex

Aussie Pop artist Cami Bex’s debut single Type is a melting pot of smooth grooves and empoweringly sultry lyricism which defies convention.

While some artists think that they need to be misandrists or crass to create feminist Pop hits, Cami Bex chose to utterly own her sexuality with some tongue-in-cheek attitude. And there’s even deeper lyrical context if you look past the flirty vibes. Type offers a nuanced assurance that even if you are messed up, you’re someone’s idea of perfection. If we’re all being a little honest with ourselves, we all need to hear that from time to time.

With producer Jordan Leonard on-side for her debut, Type was never going to fall flat. We’re stoked to hear what comes next.

Type is due for official release on November 6th. You can pre-save the single via this link.

Review by Amelia Vandergast