Whereas Megan Thee Stallion‘s “Hot Girl Summer” is still resonating with a lot of us, Logan Prescott is championing the sad boy summer movement with his anthemic new single, “Online.” Listeners hear Logan channeling his inner sad boy in this upbeat summer anthem as he sings about sliding into DM’s with chunky guitar riffs and pumping drums. Buckle up because sad boy summer is in full swing.
LA-based indie-pop artist Logan Prescott has you on his tongue. Late-night phone calls and moody bass lines keep his listeners talking. A two-time Editor’s Pick on Indie Shuffle and regular on the IndieMono playlist, Logan continues to draw in followers with his vibrant melodies. Having written music for the likes of Chad Kroeger‘s 604 Records (Carly Rae Jepsen, Mathew V) and Splice Sounds, Logan returns with 80’s vibes in the vein of artists like LANY or The 1975.
In his newest single, Logan looks back on a love lost, wondering if leaving was the right choice at all. “Online” is the ultimate sad boy anthem, dripping with 80’s guitar tones and a pumping rhythm section. Despite the anthemic nature of this track, it sonically opposes everything it should be. It’s the type of upbeat track you could play at a summer gathering and have your friends dancing along, enraptured by the lively sounds floating behind the sappy vocal melodies. Listeners are privy to a glowing trip down memory lane alongside a hopeful desire for the lost love to “catch [him] online.” The track is a balanced mix of nostalgic, wistful, and romantic, with a side of 80’s vibes in a modern era.
Catch Logan Prescott “Online” below.