SINGLE REVIEW: London Topaz feat. George – Be Mine

Melbourne based producer London Topaz is back with his second release of 2020, and he’s ready to keep the moody electronic pop vibes flowing. 

‘Be Mine’ is a cohesive continuation into the emotionally charged electronic pop he’s been honing over the past couple of years. With a sound similar to Rufus Du Sol, Crooked Colours and Boo Seeka, he has the ability to create these very moody pop moments that are super versatile and can soundtrack deep ponders, euphoric festival singalong’s and sunset drinks with friends. 

Exploring the dark confusion of heartbreak, he teams with frequent live collaborator George to dive into the complexities of wanting this person in your life so badly but also simultaneously knowing they aren’t good for you. “How long is long enough? Why do I have to hide? So sick of lonely nights. I want you to be mine” she sings during the pulsating and brooding chorus. 

With George’s slick vocals bringing a light contrast to the moody electronic production, this song immediately captivates listeners and brings them into this dark pop world. 

Be Mine (feat. George)

Be Mine (feat. George), an album by London Topaz on Spotify