Rising star Scott Quinn Drops New Track “Better For Me” Following “Nightmare” From Upcoming Debut EP
The new single ‘Better For Me’ from Scott Quinn arrives off the back of writing for South-Korean superstars BTS and Swedish pop singer Zara Larsson, Australian country-pop legend Keith Urban and fellow Londoner JONES.
Carefully paced electronic pop “Better For Me” and the previously released “Nightmare” mark a new chapter in Scott Quinn’s fledgling solo career. Inspired by pop-songwriting staples such as Julia Michaels, benny blanco, Pharrell Williams and Charlie Puth – Scott is without doubt making a case to follow in their star-studded footsteps.
Scott Quinn shares about the new song, “This song encapsulates the moment when you feel like you’ve found your missing piece. A moment very rare – and often arriving when you least expect it. The accompanying visuals are meant to represent finding that something or someone that makes your life better or makes you feel better – and is comprised of clips from friends, family and fans who all sent through the people/places/things that make them feel better.“
The new single was Co-written with Aaron Williams and produced by Henrik Michelsen (Little Mix, Jess Glynne, MØ) – “Better For Me” originally came together across number of FaceTime writing sessions between Quinn and Williams – before being finished in Michelsen’s studio.
Quinn added: “I’d wanted to write a song to guitar for a while and asked Aaron to come up with an interesting guitar riff. It’s the voice memo he recorded of said riff that can be heard on the track! I started singing over the guitar riff and immediately found what is now the chorus melody but was originally the verse. It was actually Aaron’s fiancé who had overheard us writing the song and said that the ‘verse’ was definitely the ‘chorus’. We swapped it around and never looked back!”
Topping the US Billboard album chart and country singles chart via his songwriting for BTS and Keith Urban respectively, he also topped the Israeli single charts this summer with a K-pop co-write. When Scott isn’t writing hits for others, he’s working on his own material, and like every artist true to form, he saves the best for himself.