Edited by Anna Mengani
Jeremee Bautista is a university student studying visual arts in Melbourne, Australia. He takes inspiration from many artists such as Phoebe Bridgers, Bon Iver, as well as the band The1975. His new single 'Haunt Me Too' was released today on Friday, February 3rd.
'Haunt Me Too' is about the feelings of regret and the pain that is present after a relationship with someone you truly cared about ends. This person was somebody you would have done anything for, but you were unable to show them how much you cared while you were together. The song talks about being haunted by this person and being stuck with the idea of them lingering even when they're gone.
A huge theme of the track is wishing you had the opportunity to show them how much they truly mean to you before it was too late, something many people can relate to. This song is a part of Jeremee's upcoming EP, which is set to release later this year. This EP is guaranteed to bring forward a lot of emotions in listeners, with the theme of regret being present throughout all of the songs.
This intimate track was written and produced entirely by Jeremee, from the comfort of his own bedroom. He describes 'Haunt Me Too' as "a sad song to eat a tub of ice cream and cry in your bed too" Wow! Since announcing the release of his song via his Instagram in mid-January, he has dropped multiple teasers on his social media accounts, sparking interest from many. 'Haunt Me Too' is out now on all platforms!
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