JKuch Gets Emotional In A24-Inspired 'Lighthouse'

November 12, 2021 -

Ellie Bautista

The talented JKuch is back for his third single, "Lighthouse," which will be on his forthcoming Specter's Garden album. The track was inspired by the black and white Robert Pattinson-starred A24 psychological thriller of the same name. Similar to the movie, JKuch's lighthouse also deals with feelings of loss, grief, and heartbreak.

The artist shares, “To me Lighthouse is a track about obsessive fear of losing someone. Losing sight of where you are and what was there. Lighthouse paints the picture that humans can get to a point when they are abandoned in love they are left in the dark only to crawl around and hope to find the light that is no longer aiming their way or no longer there. Inspired by the film, The Lighthouse.”

Gut-wrenching and melancholic, JKuch flaunts passion-filled keys as the backdrop for the raw vocals and lyricism that takes the forefront. The track is a breath of fresh air from previous two singles, “Cabin Fever” and “Little Bamboo” that take on a more upbeat vibe, and gives a great display of JKuch’s depth and range. We’re excited for everyone to see all sides of JKuch in Specter’s Garden—this is just the start.

As with his previous singles, the Buffalo-based producer will also be creating a music video for the track. The official video will premiere on November 15 on YouTube.

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