Trey Connor is an independent singer/songwriter from Detroit, Michigan with a penchant for writing emotionally complex Alt-Pop. Since his 2016 debut EP “While Everything is Now,” the singer has delivered a steady string of new releases including a series of singles and EPs. He first appeared on The Static Dive upon the release of his 2020 full length debut album “Horizons.” As he has made a name for himself gigging throughout the Midwest region, Trey’s songs have connected with hundreds of thousands of fans worldwide on multiple platforms.
“Aloof” is the latest single and video from Trey Connor, released worldwide to all major streaming services on August 26, 2021. The melodic Alt-Pop rocker combines the singer’s innate Pop sensibilities with the deeper themes of depression, loneliness and unhealthy coping mechanisms. The track is the first single from the singer’s forthcoming new four-song EP.
Built on a solid midtempo bass and drums Rock groove, the song deals with the depression stemming from a romantic split. Recorded at Social Recording Company, the pristine production features a rich tapestry of guitars riding the song’s steady rock beat, Meanwhile Trey sings of lying in bed all day as he attempts to purge himself of anxiety by, “moving your things out of the space in my head.” It is a catchy song with an immediately singable melody and a universally relatable subject.
Check out the video for “Aloof” below. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Dive playlist or listen on your favorite streaming services. Follow the links below the video the connect with Trey Connor. Get on his socials and get in the loop on all of his current and future projects including a brand new EP on the way