LA-based singer-songwriter and producer Synova has returned to bitbird with the release of his debut album, Look For The Good In Others. Touching on themes of romances, friendships, family dynamics and music industry relationships, the album features Synova sharing his life experiences in hopes of connecting with and relating to listeners on a deeper level.
He said of the album, “There are songs that will make you dance, there are songs that will make you cry, and there are songs that you might listen to when you’re angry. Sometimes you feel like no one can understand the feeling that you’re facing, but I know when I find the right music, it feels like I’ve reached that place.”
Inspired by a variety of artists like Death Cab For Cutie, Skrillex, Porter Robinson, Will Juergens, The Microphones, and The 1975, Look For The Good In Others is an incredibly diverse album not only in mood but also in genre. From danceable pop-punk tracks with catchy melodies and intricate, forward-thinking electronic productions to vulnerable acoustic indie songs both filled with expressive live instruments and introspective songwriting, the 9-track debut album is a genre-defying record mixing punk, pop, and electronic music to tell a relatable story that will keep you hooked from start to finish.
And with each song on the album authentically touching upon a different human relationship interaction, Synova goes full circle giving the answer to all expressed challenges in the album title itself, to always look for the good in others.
“We have more in common with each other than we don’t simply because we’re human. When you look past the flaws that every person has by nature, you see people so much more beautifully. Every single person on earth has the power to make good in the world and that was extremely inspiring to me.”
“Synova is where I feel the most alive. I will never ever stop wanting to discovering new music, writing it, performing it, etc. It’s been this way since I was born and I’ll take it to my grave. Everything in life for me is dealt with by music somehow. I do it because the feeling is unmatched anywhere else. When music is involved, I feel the most myself.”