Electronic pop artist, Trove, has released his debut EP with single “Cyclone” through Sony Europe arm; Disco:Wax. This song comes as his final original single following a long string of features last year accumulating more than 60 million streams across social media including 25 million alone on Spotify. Cyclone was written about the bonds of love and friendship – ‘The story behind the song comes from an array of ideas I had from the past 4 – 5 years. I had wanted to write this song for a while and it all came together one night when I had first moved to LA. It is ultimately a song about love and friendship that had been formed over many years. It all sometimes felt so overwhelmingly beautiful and then on the polar opposite, overwhelmingly sad. The best way I could describe that feeling was like a cyclone. Something that can bring rain and life but can also be so devastating. The overall theme is definitely positive, appreciating the bond built between two people but captures moments that are left longing for someone in times when they aren’t at hand. I’m sure that is something many people can express empathy for and I really feel like those moments are worth experiencing no matter if it hurts.’
In the short time that Australian artist, Trove has been active as an artist, he has taken home the Grand Prize Win for the Nashville Film Festival Inaugural Songwriting Competition judged by Timbaland, signed a publishing deal under the Kobalt umbrella, signed a record deal with Sony Europe/Disco:Wax and has entered the Spotify viral charts in Canada, France, Taiwan, Singapore, Germany and more. In just 12 months as an artist, Trove has released multiple features and originals garnering over 60 million streams collectively on Spotify & Youtube alone as well as written and produced music for network television shows such as Elementary, NCIS:LA, Imposters, Nashville & MTV’s Teen Mom & The Hills.
Trove performed his first live shows at last year’s SXSW Music Festival and is onto the final single off of his debut EP, landing Spotify’s New Music Friday US playlist across 16 different countries. Trove’s recent single ‘Wish You Well’ with Famba has been charting on top 40 radio in Canada for 6 months and is the 17th highest played song on Canadian radio for 2019.