Back with another dream-pop offering is Brooklyn-hailed singer Richard Orofino with his new synth-heavy track “Ignore Me”. Bursting with hazy oscillating synths and shimmering vocals, the singer provides us with a lo-fi-influenced single that further showcases his boundless sound. Rich with layers of reverberated vocals and bass lines, the singer takes us through upbeat tune focusing on the stresses of over-sharing and talking too much.
Speaking on his latest single, the singer said, “Sometimes I tend to talk too much and ruin conversations or make newly met strangers super uncomfortable. Me and my pal Jasper Leak, who helped write ‘Ignore Me’, we’re talking about Larry David and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, what their outlook on life is and how we relate! Just the thought of me having an extra glass of wine then rambling nonsense to people made us laugh a bunch. It’s something a lot of people do, whether they realise it or not, and it’s one of those small things in life that really stuck out to me.”
Having established himself as a bedroom-pop pioneer over the years, the singer has been receiving widespread support for his previous addictive single “Fall Apart” and fan favourite “Redeye”. With his forthcoming EP set for release sometime next month, we’re curious to see what else the artist can bring to the table.
Check out the single below…