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Talkless sings of going on a mental spiral on new single ‘Talking To Myself’

Brazilian-American artist Talkless has released a new single, “Talking To Myself.”

The grungy new tune strikes a delicate balance between jangly guitars and punky sensibilities. Lyrically, Talkless sings of the solitary struggle of going on a mental spiral. The alt-rock anthem boasts a smooth, yet catchy chorus that’s all about the struggle of overthinking, while trying to keep a strong persona in front of others. The accompanying lyric video hones in on a VHS home-movie style.

“I was watching Guy Ritchie’s film Snatch and the aesthetics and characters in the movie brought me back to the era of The Smiths and the next thing I know, I’m in the studio making ‘Talking To Myself,'” Talkless explains.

Listen to “Talking To Myself” below.

The track serves as Talkless’ most recent release, following his previous singles “Mind Games,” “Why,” and “While I’m In It.” Those tunes have quickly garnered a whopping 1.1 million global streams across the board.

Across all of his music, Talkless looks at themes of intimacy, heartache, mental health, and addiction.

“Garnering media support from teh likes of Apple Music’s The Travis Mills Show, Flaunt, Spindle Magazine, and The Luna Collective among others, the rising artist has been quickly making waves for his ability to pull on nostalgic heartstings by incorporating early aughts rock into his sound,” according to a release.

Get ready for new music from Talkless, which is on the horizon.

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