Indie pop singer songwriter William Hinson has released his fuzzy, 90’s-inspired new single, “She’s Hot” today. The self-written, produced, recorded, and mixed track is driven by a twelve string guitar and cheeky lyrics, with a warm tone that arrives just in time for summer.
Throughout the song, Hinson tells the story of a time he served as a confidante to a friend who doubted how great she was. He paints their conversations through vivid imagery, supported with clever lyrics like “she called me on a weekday / to tell me about a boy / from the internet / I told her she was worth it / and that guy was insane / maybe try again.”
Citing The Beatles, The 1975, John Mayer, and Hall and Oates as his biggest influences, it comes as no surprise that the multi-faceted artist excels when it comes to fusing catchy, relatable lyrics with feel-good compositions. Hinson has created a sound that has captured the hearts of listeners around the world, and “She’s Hot” marks the beginning of a new era for the budding artist.