Have A Good Day's latest release, 'Feels Like Magic', is a glittery and infectious single that showcases the duo's talent for dreamy pop. Following their debut release 'Somebody, Nobody', the pair has turned up the daydream of sugary synth-pop with this upbeat and energetic track.
Opening with the lyrics "Every living thing changes, you did the same," 'Feels Like Magic' deals with themes of acceptance and self-discovery, ultimately celebrating the feeling of freedom that comes with releasing external expectations and finding internal validation. The beginning of the track sets a contrasting tone for what becomes a chant-worthy and triumphant sentiment that perfectly captures the moment of feeling free. The true essence of contentment and euphoria.
The duo's chemistry is palpable, and it's no surprise that they became fast friends after meeting in late 2022. With a mutual pursuit of the perfect summer anthem and a fixation for creativity, Luke and Jimmy have created a feel-good release that captures the essence of their partnership.
Individually, the duo has a wealth of experience playing key roles in other projects and sharing the stage with artists like Siobhan Cotchin, Dulcie, and The Presets. However, with Have A Good Day, they are paving a new path, and 'Feels Like Magic' is the perfect example of their unique and infectious sound.
The track flows seamlessly with trancing beats, playful bouncing synths, and explosive joy. It's an anthem of bliss that will have you feeling like anything is possible. With 'Feels Like Magic', Have A Good Day has solidified their status as rising stars in the dreamy pop scene and we cannot wait to watch their journey unfold.
Don't miss your chance to catch Have A Good Day live on May 13th, as they support Jade Rich at The Bird in Perth (more information here). Let the sunshine stream through and let 'Feels Like Magic' transport you to a place of pure joy. We can only imagine the energy live with music like this, including a uniquely tailored live performance rig and an epic lineup.