Brightness is overwhelming present in “Never Say No” by Henry Chadwick. The wordsmith and upbeat vibes are what we drew me in to “Never Say No” and when the chorus hit quickly I couldn’t leave. The downtrodden lyrics coupled with the major harmony makes for a track that covers all emotional bases. Given the major sound and sad lyrics seems defiant to the melancholy lyrics. “Never Say No” is a song you want to hear at a big music festival dancing with your friends. Check out the quirky lyric video below and find socials and biography below!
Biography and quote –
This is the second single from Henry Chadwick’s upcoming EP The President of Make Believe, which is set for release this fall via Brooklyn indie label Swoon City.
About the song – from Henry:
“”This song is a bouncy little number, and the first song I’ve written that features piano as a main character. The song has a sort of spun out happy feel to it, which is contrasted by bummed out lyrics. I wrote it a while back when I was, as the chorus goes, “not having a good time.” Putting happy, bouncy music behind it gave me a good little chuckle when writing it and makes it sort of cathartic and fun to play live. I think of it as sort of a bummer anthem, celebrating not wanting to celebrate. Hope you enjoy!”