MANDURAH singer-songwriter Joshua has released his second single The Boys, which he says is for all the kids who don’t fit in.
“I’ve never felt I fit in with other boys growing up; they played footy, I read books,” Joshua said.
“I wanted to be ‘one of the boys’, but ‘members’ ditched me on more than one occasion because ‘Saturdays were for the boys’.
“Now I know I don’t want that.
“I’m not ‘one of the boys’, I’m my own man, and that’s what this song is about.
“This is for all the kids who never fit in with ‘the boys’.”
After singing in church for the past six years, Joshua decided it was time to flex his songwriting muscles and began creating tracks in his home studio.
Inspired by Lorde, Meg Mac and Cxloe, Joshua has been honing his songwriting and production skills, crafting music that blends pop, RnB and electronic elements to create a unique, dynamic sound.
Combined with a punchy, clean aesthetic, Joshua is ready to take the next step.
The Boys follows his debut track, Circles.